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... were out which Mum Jack and I liked but dad wanted to spend a little longer in there. Then we went to the shopping mall which had an oil shop which was interesting and a carpeting place which I was not so sure about but anyway. I didn't like the way the men looked at me with missing teeth it was a bit awkward. Then we had a look at a small village which was painted in only white and blue like ...
... however, the sultan of the minarets in the Medina was the superb minaret on the Al-Zaytouna (Great) Mosque. Zaytouna means “olive tree” and it was on the spot of the present mosque under the olive trees where its founder, Hassan ibn Nooman, gave Islamic lessons.
The original mosque was built in the 8th century and has undergone various iterations. The minaret dates to the 19th century. As with mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims were not permitted ...
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... over in the Sahara (it rained on us)
... pool areas and a private beach. There are bars dotted all around the place and plenty of sun beds.
After dinner we decided to investigate the entertainment - it was certainly interesting. There were semi-naked men playing with shards of glass, a bed of nails and swords. Did their mothers not teach them that those items are dangerous?!
After a long day,we called it a night!