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Today we went to some desert film sets. So whenever you see a movie with a desert scene it quite possibly was filmed where we went today. Some movies that where filmed here are The Mummy, Gladiator and Indiana Jones. We also saw the village buildings. These were made of bricks consisting of straw, mud and stones. Morocco is a very different place from NZ. I really do like it here ...
... clearly didn't often stop at this particular cafe and the owner fawned over us, clipping a child who dared to try to sell us biscuits from a cardboard tray he carried on his head. The boy retreated, fighting back his tears but returned, a short while later clasping a bit of broken masonry. It was one of several small scuffles that we witnessed on the street where close proximity, pride and poverty collided. Older men intervened and divided the ...
... been rebuilt back in 1594. Rebuilt! I never did catch when it started. The carved wood and plaster are spectacular. Ahmed explains that every ceiling is different so always look up when entering. The student housing area up stairs makes Ryan feel real good about his school. At its peak it housed 900 students. More walking leads us to Palais El Badi. If you watch ...
... wife and 3 lovely children. 2 girls, ages 12 and 9 and a boy age 6. They are beautiful. They only speak Arabic, but we can connect with bubbles… and games. Hash’s wife is a terrific cook. Lamb with coucous was delicious. We have a new perspective of the muslim people. They are hard working, loving people. They want a better life for their children and do not judge others for their choices and beliefs. They are just like us….
... to the medersa itself was highly tiled, with a pretty cupola before the medersa doors. The courtyard itself was magnificent, with the usual Hispano-Moresque zellij tilework of 5 different colours and highly polished. The truly awesome Kufic (Iraq influenced) stucco work is quite, quite amazing, with real ornate styling and showing leaves intertwined with knots and letters. What makes this medersa so special is that there are 132 rooms here that housed ...