Riad Dar Tafilalet
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there are some plastic cups floating around - later that day I was reading a book about Muslims in Iraq and realized that part of the prayer process is to clean hands, feet, face and wet ones throat with cold water from a fountain...so I guess the plastic cups were not litter :) We went to 'tannery' row and overlooked the natural tanning process. We were given fresh mint to smell as the smells of the tannery are rather strong. The multiple vats with ...
... loudly. Later, in between two-hour sleeping segments, the feral dogs nearby complain about territory, hunger, pain and lonliness. We are surely in a different place.
From Casablanca we took the train to Fes, which is the second largest city in Morocco. Whereas the landscape and countryside between Casablanca and Marrakech is arid, the route to Fes is green and lush, with cultured fields and vineyards everywhere, surrounded by rolling hills. It looks a ...
... threw out a price that made me faint. “I’m from The Rif; I will tell you the truth.” I was thinking, “You’re smoking some of that stuff they grow in The Rif.” He and John went back and forth, back and forth. John would write down a low price and he would counter with a higher price. It was torture for me… Finally we agreed upon a price and went down to pay. Khalid was surprised we bought a larger ...
I was also able to watch the craftsman who make the large pottery and cement tables and counters. Chipped pottery is fashioned into a design upside down, a mold is place around the design and then covered in cement. Once the cement has hardened, the pottery is turned over and you have inlaid pottery be it a table, countertop or fountain.
We left the pottery workshop and it was now time to tackle the Medina. This was going to be fun!
... far to go, because my new boss, Paddy, was waiting for me outside the airport along with two women who are also Barbary Macaque researchers. We all piled into a small, powder blue car and took off towards the mountains!
During the drive to Azrou, we drove past a lot of agricultural land, including a lot of olive trees and fruit trees. It actually felt a lot like Davis, which was welcoming. As we traveled higher in elevation, ag land turned to ...