Palais de fes Dar Tazi
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... mosaics, plates, tanginess, tables actually anything you can think of that could be tiled they make. As you can imagine i was in heaven, we had a factory tour where we found out they still fire everything within a old fashioned kiln and burn olive pips to get it up to temperature of 1001 degrees celsius. After deliberating for a while we made our purchases and started to make our way back down the hill into the famous madina. As we entered we went through ...
... city, a look at more of the wall that surrounds the city and a view to an extensive cemetery. We then headed back and saw some sore of indoor part of the market. It ended up having young men's clothing primarily. A few teenagers were playing checkers with bottle caps. Caleb paused to check out the action. Caleb and I have been playing a good amount of chess so he was intrigued to see this new game on ...
... of sleeping under the stars we woke up to see the sunrise over the dunes. We then hopped back on the camels to bring us back to the original meeting point. At the "hotel" we had a chance to shower off after 48 hours in the sand and head back to Fes.
6 am the next morning our flight back to Rome took off. Back to the my home base for my last night abroad. Best semester I could have ever imagined. ...
... solution made from dove poo), and complimented us on our English (apparently, Americans generally don't know what a calf or wheat is, or they might not understand his accent).
We were so impressed with the Cooperatif's laid back attitude (the old guide actually rushed us past the products, seemingly without any interest to sell), that we decided to take a closer look and haggled a nice red briefcase down to a nice price.
On haggling and recommendations
... Medina), walked through the blue archway with the hordes for people, past the myriad of restaurants and tourist shops and onward for the six minute walk to my Riad. As we walked, we ran into an American couple I had met at breakfast who invited me to dinner with them at the Fez Cafe. They were going to wander around for a bit wand we would meet up for dinner at 8.
We reached my Riad, I thanked Khalid profusely for the fabulous day and said goodbye. One hour later I ...