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... atmosphere and admired the tile work. We went back to Mekenes thoroughly exhausted. Can sleep in tomorrow, yay! On Sunday, after a late, lazy breakfast we set off to explore Mekenes. It was a much smaller place than Fes, so we managed without a guide, and when we got lost, just asked people for directions. We visited a medressa, which was once a school for teaching the Qu'ran. We made our way to the largest of many gates along the wall. It was huge, ...
... and the streets are immaculately clean, unlike most of what we saw of Rabat, the capital. Amongst this prosperous rural centre are 12th to 17th century walls and remnants of buildings that are beautifully decorated with zellij tiles that form intricate geometric patterns in many colours. I fell in love with them and took many photos but here are some of the best. Along with the tiles ...
... understand what was happening. The lone police officer made a show of trying to stop it, but he didn’t. I looked back to the first woman, still on the ground, still shaking, still staring up into the sky.
It is difficult, no, it’s impossible to know what to do in situations like this. I don’t speak the language, I don’t understand the situation (although there is never an excuse for this kind of violence), I am not strong ...
... tiny little rooms with tiny little doors. The doors were made of a rich, brown wood.
We then went to the terrace where we had a great view of the main mosque, and we could see the pretty, green-tiled roofs. It was quite hot up there, but I took quite a few pictures. Then we made our way down two floors to exit.
Upon exiting, by the cashier, a man said that we could also visit the old home of the Medersa teacher as part of our entrance ...
... then we changed our minds. The guy seemed amicable and it would be a great way to get overview of the main sights and help us to get oriented.
Once we crossed the river, we turned left. After few hundred meters, we followed the 12 meter high Palace walls.We entered through a plain gate and found ourselves dwarfed between two high walls. The driver turned to us and said, no ...