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We had tour around the medina in the morning. This went ok until the silver shop were there no seats so we ended up sitting on the ground in the sun waiting for some of the girls to go through the silver. It was another tour that turned into a shopping trip and myself and a couple of others were over it.For lunch we went to e local fish market where Tahar bought a bunch of fish which he had cooked ...
... had my 23rd birthday last week, and was treated to a day trip to Fes! We spent the day wandering around the medina and had a great lunch at a nice cafe overlooking the medina. I ate Moroccan pastilla, which is an amazing, flaky, vegetable-filled dish. And since it was my birthday, I decided to order a chocolate milkshake for the first time in Morocco. Apparently a milk shake here means chocolate milk with a scoop of chocolate ice cream dropped into it. ...
... in search of Argan nuts. This is the home of the immensely popular, Argan oil… The goats climb the trees to eat the very tough Argan fruit and expel the nuts ready to be crushed and turned into Argan Oil (Don’t let the idea gross you out… the oil is delicious and is used in everything from salads to skin lotions and shampoos.) ...
... chance for me to message my lover Jean Raymond, at last, that all was well. He on his part had been in a panic at my not having been online for days, querying was I dead, and sending me images of tearful faces and love hearts.
It was only upon reaching our alleyway, heading home later, that we spied a tourist girl sitting with her laptop on a doorstep. She said local lads came here sometimes to connect with the wifi. Good, a local free wifi spot.
... the town. Maybe it was the bandana and sunglasses, but I did get fed up with the perpetual hustling to sell me grass and hashish by a range of shady characters.
The Morocco government has apparently made great inroads in controlling the amount of hassle tourists seem to suffer particularly around the Casa / Meknes line and above. All I can say is I’d hate to have visited before! The country has an astonishing range of landscape and roads ...