Chicken tagine with walnuts in Fes.
Morning window light in our guest room.
sitting area at the Dar (guesthouse) where we stayed.
Sam in our room
View of Fes from the rooftop of the guesthouse.
Self-explanatory (in Fes)?
Donkeys are the delivery trucks of towns like Fes.
At a park in Fes.
Fairly typical Moroccan convenience store.
Fes street scene.
Sam enjoys a grilled turkey kebab sandwich in Fes.
Market scene in Fes.
Barber shop in Fes.
In the Fes medina.
Avocado milkshake at a Fes shop. Who knew they did the same thing as in Southeast Asia?!
Veggie tagine in Fes.
our room again. Swanky!
spice shop in the Fes medina.
Oranges are sold all over the place and are high quality.
These types of sweets were sold all over and were artfully bundled.
various types of bread at a stall in Fes.
Cooked veggie salads.
pastilla, a famous Moroccan dish. It as chicken and spices inside and might have been the best thing we ate?
Mint tea is the most common drink in Morocco and is super-sweet like southern tea.
View of the land from a drive to Volubilis (roman ruins).
Sheep graze pretty much everywhere; in towns, along roads, etc.
View of a reservoir.
Those are the ruins of the Roman town of Volubilis. The next handful of shots are all from there.