TripAdvisor Reviews Dar Ziryab Fes
Travel Blogs from Fes
... That was the only small bill we had. He was about to take us into his relatives leather shop, but I told him no and offered him the 20. He scoffed at it, and said it wasn't enough.
I told him that's what we had, and that's all he's getting. He kept saying no, and this and that, he has a family, blah, blah, blah. I told him many times to take it or don't. He said 20 was nothing. Eventually, after trying to give him the 20 several times, I turned, put the 20 in my pocket and ...
... hour trip back home to Salamanca. The next few days were a whirl-wind as I had my final class of the program, said goodbye to my friends, and moved houses.
Now it's just Laura, Chelsea, Nick and I in Salamanca for the next month. Another group arrived today that I guess we are technically a part of but nothing will ever be the same as our first group (AMAZING SUMMER 2)!!
Ciao for now. Blogs are tough work.
... Mohamed was mentioned in a German guidebook! Fortunately, her daughter, 18, arrived home - she had very limited French.....worse than mine!
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
There's something about that phrase or mindset that appeals to me as I reflect back on an event that happened to me a few years ago. We were with my brother in Lombok and I distinctly remember that feeling of being in a Moslem country, and how uncomfortable I felt hearing the call to prayer blaring from the mosques. To put it frankly, you couldn't have got me off that island fast enough. Skipping ...
... against physical abuse.
I traveled with 11 Australians and 2 Americans, all very nice and friendly, though the American lady was a bit brash (why is it always the American!?) In Casablanca, we visited one of the largest mosques in the world, then headed to Rabat where I dropped my camera and broke it. So while the rest of the group was visiting one of the King’s 47 palaces, I went to the local marketplace with our guide to buy a new camera. ...