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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 ...
Today was exhausting but just amazing. We again met up with our guide who was going to show us around the Fez madina which is known to swallow tourists whole off we set starting by viewing Fez from above, it is such a sprawling area but you could see the old town very clearly from above. All the green roofs you see in the pictures are either mosques or koranic schools. We then went to a pottery house that has been running for a long long time and got to see how ...
... br> Buses sorted we head back into the Medina to have some lunch (good but the water was extremely expensive) before looking around the souqs and shops for another hour or so. Feeling a bit exhausted (it has actually been a pretty long day for us) we headed to Clock cafe for some drinks.
After relaxing on the Clock Cafes terrace we head back to our hostel in the early evening a day well spent.
While on our final day we did walk around a bit we did not really ...
... in. The entire effect was one of intense intimacy. A large part of the reason for the decoration is the lack of windows and mirrors. As the design of these buildings is all about shutting off the outside world (which, let's face it, is a bit ****) there is an intense need to have a vivid and interesting interior. This room certainly achieved that. The actual meal was alright; a sweet chicken pie with cinnamon preceded by a tasting of various vegetables and vegetables pastes. ...
*Excursion entries are quoted from journal*
"I have zero expectations.
No clues, and no answers.
It feels great to be out of Rabat already, I'm feeling a sense of freedom. I feel wild. All of this is wild.
I see women sitting in fields and children roaming along clay streets. When I see them, I feel at home. There seems to me to be a larger sense of solidarity in the completeness of their moments. There is no ...