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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Whoever said that it is always hot in Africa has never been to morocco in the spring. Oh my god. First of all Todd and I decided that the rain we woke up to in the morning would just blow over the mountain. So we suited up in our riding jeans and head out. BIG MISTAKE! Today was the worst day of our riding lives. 225 miles of pure hell. Cold and rainy all day. We ...
... then found these white chairs, all covered in white, these are bridal chairs, made for the one day, the bride is carried in this to her wedding by her family (no idea what they do with them after though)
This market is quite something, you n could get lost very easy 8in here, so many alleys and dead ends, but like a lot of the markets and souks I have been to there is a ...
... due to our exceptional tour leader; Said. His passion for his country, his wonderful sense of humour, his ability to manage all the differing personalities and needs of the group and the knowledge he shared with us was simply brilliant.
We had heard all sorts of snippets about Fes, most of them pertaining to chaos and the frenzy of the medina. We arrived in the early evening and made our way along the laneways to our Riad. To walk ...
... of Fes. Much of the population was transferred to the new town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, just 5 kilometers away from Volubilis.
The remains of Volubilis remained essentially intact until they were devastated by an earthquake in the mid 18th century and - as so often happens throughout history - subsequently looted by the ruling government of Moulay Ismail seeking stone for the building of Meknes.
It was not until the late 19th century ...
... and next to that was the hospital and what do they always have at hospitals......taxis!!