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... mountainside at a pretty rapid pace. I was glad when we made it to the bottom. The sheer cliff drop and rusty cars down there didn't look so great.
The Fes medina and souk:
One of my favourite travel experiencesLots of people speak about the Marracheck medina and souk as a must see experience but I felt the Fes souk was unbeatable. It truly still exists (largely) as a market space for the local people. Compare this to Marracheck where ...
... what to order. Written in a form of French, it was just decipherable but still a mystery with dishes we simply did not understand. In the end, the proprietor asked - meat, vegetables or fish. We chose meat, not knowing what to expect. Immediately following our order, steaming bowls of couscous, plates of vegetables and salads were brought to the table. We looked for the non-existent meat in the dish and decided that perhaps we had not been clear in our requests. However, the food ...
Picking up where my last entry ended, we arrived in a city called Ouarzazate after a long day of driving from the desert. At this point, we were pretty tired from a lack of sleep in our desert camp the night before, and having been through two long days of driving, but we were determined to keep up our enthusiasm!
Oarzazate is famous for being home to the largest film studio in the world, Atlas Film Studios, which I'll come back to later, but this means that a ...
... to get us into Marrakesh city, where he dropped us off at the Bab Doukala, familiar territory.
We traipsed through the medina with our bags, Georgie on my hip, past the snakes and Barbary apes of the Jama Elfna, stopping for refreshments in a small cafe, and carrying on there suddenly was Loek showing his latest guests a route to walk in the medina.
Loek accompanied us back to his riad.
It felt like a home coming, especially as we were then put us up in ...
... the right. This ended up being a 30 minutes mistake. Finally a nice man pointed me in the right direction when I rounded about and was 2 minutes away from the Medersa, Museum of Marrakesh, and Koubba Ba’adiyn. It was faster seeing all three sights than trying to get there. Afterwards, I did more getting lost in the medina by going into the different souqs- dyer’s, wool markets, and coppersmiths. I did notice that just being by ...