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Today we went to the souks. Mum searched for bowls, she found some she liked. After that we went to the Medersa Ben Yousef, an Islamic school. It was a beautiful old building with tiles all over and I loved it. There were hundreds of rooms. In the afternoon we went to the Saadian tombs. They were places where dead ...
... get a glimpse of what Moroccan country culture was like. Outside of a larger influx of auto traffic instead of donkeys (which means you have to get there fairly early to get a parking space nearby.) it hasn’t changed much since we first came here over 30 years ago.
After a couple of hours wandering the fruit & vegetable filled lanes, we left and drove up a rough winding road to the magnificent Kasbah ...
... a good sharp shave, with a pretty scary looking blade! One of them came to try to get our business by showing us the rotten yellow tooth he had just ripped out of someone's head with pliers, and probably no anesthetic! The local dentist! Pretty mental! After this we drove along up to the Atlas Mountains where we stopped in a Berber village and went into a Berber house. We got a bit of a tour through the house and got some amazing views from the terrace on the ...
... from a little man in a caravan in the middle of nowhere, just before crossing the French-Spanish border (which, by the way is not marked, you just know you have crossed the border when you get to a cattle grid. We were hoping for flamenco dancers and tapas. This did not happen). (Near the French-Spanish border, the Pyrenees). 11. We are joined by a fit looking retired (we think he was totally minted, by the way) Dutch man / fellow camino hiker as we sit down to one of ...
... here and are all operating full time in Marrakech and probably other North African cities. They are terrifying for foreigners on foot and pump out a remarkable amount of black smoke. Over the following days we would be constantly threatened by these mopeds that buzz through the medina at ridiculous speeds. Crossing streets are more difficult than they would be with just cars because the mopeds are everywhere and fill in the gaps between cars. Also, countless multitudes of ...