Riad Le Ksar de Fes
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Woke up in Algeciras in Spain. Pleasant short walk to harbour. Caught a shuttle to Tarifa at 8:00 and boarded the FRS fast ferry to Tangier at 9:00, arriving Tangier at 9:00! Back in our home continent with its usual hustle and bustle, punting tour guides and taxi drivers. Simple process to get taxi (60 MAR / 5 €) and change money at harbour …
... was over and we agreed. We got dropped off at our hotel and Patrick paid the cab driver and Karim what he thought our "tour" was worth. Karim thought he deserved more but Patrick stood firm. Lesson - negotiate a price beforehand.
Later we wandered along a main thoroughfare looking for a place to have dinner, not a cross walk to be found so it was necessary to make a mad dash across the street when able. We found a bustling BBQ restaurant and ...
... you are in the middle of nowhere and no one is around, there they are, or sheep, or a donkey, or a farmer, or a random person. It's amazing country.
Arrived in Fes at a rather funky posh hotel about 400. Checked in and be fain what has become our routine....get a drink for Lorraine, beer or gin, then find wifi and begin reviewing photos and posting updates. Go for dinner, watch the news on whatever English speaking channel we can find and then go to ...
... was okay, but not as amazing as some of the other ones I've had. I was ridiculously full by the end of it! At one stage an old guy was near our table, and Darren recognized him as the guy from the pottery place who had called him Ali Baba! So he came and said hi, and even sat down and told us the tale of Ali Baba. That was pretty cool. Towards the end of lunch there was a bit of an issue with one of our group, David, who we think must have aspergers or autism ...
... br> 24/03/2013: We went with our guide Said for a 5 hour tour of the medina, the largest living medieval Islamic city in the world and the worlds largest car free urban environment. It was interesting but actually just like a huge ghetto with people trying to sell you everything from carpets to leather goods. We visited a tannery and when we arrived they gave us fresh mint to sniff, thank goodness, the smell was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Le Ksar de Fes
Arrived after long day traveling - ferry, train & grands taxi, had a lovely swim and lazy meal.
Friendly people. Clean. Spacious.
Lovely dinner. Breakfast.
Far out of town so ideal of you have your own transport. Taxi expensive and public transport to here atrocious. Bus stop in nearby village Ain Chaggag. Bus late, cramped and had to walk from bus stop.
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