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... since the train ride was only 40 minutes. I figured it would be a good trip to see what 2nd class was like. Wow, big mistake. As soon as the train stopped, people were clambering out of the train, while people on the platform were crowding around to get on the train.
This is bad, because I'm not a pushy person, and this is not how we do things in my culture. I did try to stay as close to the person in front of me as I could. It was difficult with our three bags though. ...
... the boondocks.
... in the garden and there is a simple memorial stone pillar at the back. Four nights in bustling Marrakech is enough and we were pleased to find Essaourira, a quaint, friendly village by the sea. It is a picture postcard with white washed buildings, blue shutters and the open Atlantic. It is a fortified town of the mid-eighteenth century with a strong European influence. In fact, Essaourira was designed by the same Frenchman who designed Saint-Malo in ...
... Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard. Many riads are now used for people to stay in. Ours had 6 individually decorated Moroccan style ceramic tiled rooms. A fully dressed Muslim woman served us welcome green tea with mint leaves and a moroccan tagine on floor cushions. A tagine is a clay or ceramic pot, which is what the stew or meat (or brain) is cooked in.
As I write this, im sitting on the roof of the riad, over looking the ...
... there was amazing, loud, vibrant, messy, and completely fascinating. We’d been told that eating the street food is pretty dangerous so we stuck to places recommended by the guide and for the most part were not disappointed-veggie tagines, couscous, different salads and amazing fresh fruit including figs we picked right off the trees.
The medina in Fez was the most incredible place, really narrow streets, quite claustrophobic, no cars, only donkeys packed ...