Hotel Dar Terrae
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... we had been henna-ed we ate in, and were privy to a group of
tourists from Taiwan having some rather rowdy birthday celebrations for one of
the passengers. There staff at the hotel were very much encouraging the
situation dancing with the people and chanting Shisha! Shisha! For dinner I had
chicken kebabs and goats yoghurt for dessert.
After dinner I peeled off the dried black henna to give the
drawing that would remain on my feet, before bed!
... a 'Mens' Only club only they were too polite to tell me... sigh!
Popular in Northern Morocco, this dried fava bean soup can be garnished with a few fresh favas or just paprika and cumin. Dried, split fava beans are available at Middle Eastern markets and well-stocked international and specialty markets.
2 tablespoons olive oil, 4 cups dried, split fava beans, soaked at least 4 hours and drained,4 cloves garlic, peeled, 1 tablespoon ...
... ferry. We were the last to board and the trip across the straights of Gibraltar was a bit rough and we arrived safely into Tangier. We are in Africa. A 4 hour bus ride and were are in Chefchaouen which is a town in the Riff mountains. Had a nice dinner at 11pm. Our hotel room is very cute Moor doors. Fantastic nights ...
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... but my brain was telling me to 'just smile and walk away'. We headed to the counter selling tickets to Chaouen and purchased two tickets for 18 dirhams each. Throughout these few minutes this agent stuck to us trying to engage with us. My senses were heightened - my wallet, my camera, my backpack, money for the ticket, all seems okay. A slight distraction could mean a missing wallet or much worse. We then left our backpacks at the ‘left luggage’ ...