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... which our driver told us was where the King was currently staying, so we were able to see the guards outside in their differently colored uniforms. We drove on for at least an hour before stopping for a photo at Barrage Sidi Chahed, a dammed up reservoir with a 360 degree view of the grass leading up to the rolling brown hills.
We piled back in the car and within 30 minutes we came up alongside the ruins of Volubilis, which we could see from the highway. We drove ...
... we were right but they kept yelling out and telling us we were going in the wrong direction in the end we just ignored them and kept walking. In Marrakech they are allowed to ride motor bikes within the madina so on more than one occasion i thought we were going to get flattened. We found our door under a bridge and made our way into our own little oasis for the next two days. Not feeling like we had the energy to head out in search of food we decided to eat at the ...
... joints. We crammed into two separate rooms, huddled about a table, and waited as the air filled with the smoke of burning meat. The one man operation efficiently churned out 15 “burgers”. These were pita bread buns filled with some tomato and onion and a camel meat patty. They were delicious. Spicy, full of rich flavours and with fresh bread. I would definitely try camel again, I'm surprised there are many left alive given how tasty they are.
... northern edge of the medina. Built in the late 19th century, it was once a pleasure resort for one of the Sultan's viziers (a high ranking official). Now reportedly owned by members of the Moroccan royal family, the hotel is absolutely grandiose, with beautiful opulent lounges, pools, manicured gardens and thankfully for us, a very lovely bar area. We had read about the hotel and at one stage we were tempted to stay there during our visit to Fes.
... the fun. Asking someone for directions is inviting trouble so you are left with navigating using cached version of your maps app or relying on your intuition - 'maybe this one is not a dead end'. Navigating these streets was fun but at the same time it can be quite frustrating as you are constantly approached by locals asking you to buy something or offering their services - 'can I help you? where do you want to go?'. Saying 'no' numerous times ...