Riad Le Ksar de Fes
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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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... clothes and then went down to the central common area where I'd seen a few people hanging out in the hopes that I'd at least get a few tips for the next day and possibly be able to join them for dinner. I was not disappointed in either case. We had dinner at a good little restaurant called the Ruined Garden which is set up in the ruins of a courtyard of an house and decked out with plants to make a lovely setting. The prices weren't that cheap, but the food was excellent, ...
Today was a travel day between Chefchaouen and Fes. After a lovely slow start to the morning we jumped on the nicely air conditioned bus for a 4.5 hour drive. We have settled in to our new room and I'm very excited - it is a lovely princess room!!! (I'm not sure my exact tone is coming across at this point, but I hope so!) Time for a good night's sleep before a tour of Fes medina ...
... of these scarves etc. were made by hand! Next stop was a small local preschool. As we entered the children began greeting us in different languages and then sang some songs. After we introduced ourselves and they found out that a couple of us were from Australia they shouted out "Aussie Aussie Aussie, oi oi oi". It was very cute but I was unsure whether to be impressed or not as I began to fear that I was travelling in the footsteps of Aussie bogans.... ...
... for our tall, blonde, blue-eyed Theresa, and he said a million camels was a ridiculous offer, but that perhaps one hundred camels might be realistic. He also did confirm that camel milk is the Viagra of the region. Carroll and I did play a joke on our trip physician, Mya out in the desert at the tent we had stopped at. We told her that I had consumed a quart of camel milk, and that I had a serious problem - and it ...
... opting out of the daily swim.
This evening we head into the old town for a traditional Moroccan meal. We are dragged into what looks like the Moroccan equivalent of McDonalds. We sit at a plastic table under the colonnades and are served with spicy battered potatoes, VERY spicy fried potatoes, a huge basket of bread rolls and a plate of mutton, potatoes and olives (Ian leaves his olives)...OK, Big Mac with gherkin, fries and chilli sauce ...