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... quiet alley. - Jemaa el Fna is one of the most famous squares in all of Africa and is the centre of city activity and trade. It has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985 and to the one of the most important landmarks in Marrakech, the Kotoubia Mosque with the 70m-tall minaret is a classic example of Moroccan-Andalusian architecture.
We walked to the ...
... legs! Move on! Am I just imagining it or is it really becoming steeper and steeper? It is chilly. The wind continues to cut with its frosty razorblade. There is ice around the tiny stream that is spilling over the rocks.
A Frenchman catches up with me. One of those well-equipped guys. With a solid windproof jacket, walking sticks, and altimeter. He tells me that we are already on 3900 meters and that we will make the remaining 300 meters in less than an hour. He is right, ...
... and avocados from the market and came back to the riad to eat. We headed back to the souk for some shopping on our own. We returned to the riad, plunged in the pool to cool off, and napped. Ahemd was picking up at 8:30 to drive us to a good local restaurant in the new city. Dinner was very good, Moroccan salads, chicken and lamb Kabobs, hummos, babaganoush, bread and Diet Cokes. Way too much food, the check came to about $24. We ...
... around chatting and drinking on the sun terrace then, this afternoon, taking a dip in the river. This had been unthinkable yesterday but it has been another hot dat without a breeze, so i was talked into it. I wish i hadn't been though as it was bloody freezing. It was literally i, pose for a photo under the waterfall, then out much to the amusement of Mitch, Doug and Louise as well as all the passers by. Thankfully the sun soon dried me ...
At first I assume that this is just another tomb of a saint which people come to pray to and request special favors (a practice common in Morocco, but frowned on by many who say that this is not part of "true" Islam). This sort of practice, with different variations, is pretty common around the world in many different religions. But Sidi Chamharouch is something quite different and like something I've never heard of before.
Sidi Chamharouch is a courthouse for ...