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We checked out of the RV and checked into a Dar in the Fez Medina. We were treated to a great cooking class for couscous and had an amazing Medina tour that included a rug making lesson.
If you are willing and able to help the children of Fez and contribute to the Medina Children’s Library any help would be appreciated.
The chef that came to our Dar for couscous – Meryem – [email protected]
Carpet place in Fez – Palais du Tresor – 91 derb jenlara blida, Fez Maroc
Tannery – Terrasse de Tannerie – El Haj Ali Baba – No. 10 Hay Lblida Choura, Ancienne Media, Fez
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shame kickin round last you're alone well I can see the foul still in your shadow none of it is gone so for the next couple days we're gonna be doing something we're changing our accommodations for a couple nights we are going to be staying at a dar now dar and a riad there are some things that are just like really the same and there's some things that are really different meanings just essentially this size our family is not the size of a one that needs a whole riad riad is going to hold like 1520 people we are only for a dar holds about 10 people we can we can handle that extra space just for a couple days but we don't need that massive playground of a riad how many are there we live in a camping car oh so so our whole camping car is this big like I don't even think it's it might be this big okay the dot is smaller than riad Maria it's very big is he huge and it usually has like yard inside center yeah the sturdiest and the store it's like this you know but down so let me ask you this if so we wanted to buy a dar like this what would it cost you know yeah it's like fifty sixty thousand dollars American dollars fifty sixty thousand dollars yeah what smutty I mean like vintage or one that needed to be fixed well yeah like restored like this maybe 100 you know I could be okay with a dog I don't need a real yeah this is so nice I want to stay forever and there's laundry oh there's laundry Avalon loves Moroccan tea loves it more than breathing oh lifestyles of the rich and famous inadar and Fez funny it doesn't sound as glamorous there's like a riad in fact yes poof's are so comfortable I think we should look inside and see what they have in them you know they put something different in there poof because ours is not this comfortable I think okay so they've got eight years it might be the difference between the leather they've gotten here basically like for Pusa we're sitting in a tent and for those who don't know pasar these are basically these wonderful Moroccan cushions and stuff from the ground is going and their body parts no it's a stuffing okay it's just white stuff and what we've been told that everyone is that they stuff like old t-shirts and selling everything but no the key is stuffing this feels really comfortable maybe they don't want to steal in their old t-shirts so we're right now learning how to make couscous for the first time saw my a professional couscous maker where does where does couscous grow no we make it yeah we make it never with flour okay do you make your own couscous you know no okay do most people buy their couscous and is it hard hard to make couscous no but you probably think all Moroccan foods easy to make salt onions and ginger you do use a lot of ginger in rock and food yes you do okay we're making butter from the goats right yeah okay so these are the secrets these are the secrets were learning it's special butter for the couscous it's goat butter don't tell anyone do you like to cook yeah I like to learn and eat so we're perfect for each other that's why my couscous always taste so bad because I'm oral it oh I know she's so good how did you in here sir are you married yes if your husband gets mad – you take the knife and he runs what's your favorite thing to cook chicken roasted chicken oh that's where you put it okay I'm so confused sorry she lost me gusta carrots what did I forget butter butter or did you put that goat butter in here first in here okay oh and you put oh is that stuff from the chicken and my knees in the bottom oh okay so okay so chickens dark I don't have to rewrite that's tomato I'm gonna forget this is Miriam I want to thank you so much for cooking this meal and sharing what you know with us and putting up with our crazy family and when I try to cook this one day I'm gonna call you and put you on speakerphone to help me really fun you can you're welcome okay I come gonna stay for a month I'm gonna come live with you ready it's the unveiling all right so what I've learned at least from me the dishes that we made today in the couscous using the goat butter really makes a difference key spices or the cumin the ginger and saffron and they were consistent in everything that we made this I can't put the name of it in Arabic but I love this absolutely love this a little bit of sugar a little bit of cinnamon raisins onions and let it do a little simmer thing and it is absolutely delicious she made it look so he's super easy that I know it's not easy if we did this we can't be it would take us all day you think it's all right I couldn't sleep last night my mind was somewhere else and I tried in the to wake you up from dreaming so final day in Fez has brought us to a little bit of a discovery let's go the fact that we have not seen all the medina so Medina's here we have to spend all of three hours again to see this medina before we take off and we got ourselves a guy I think the guy is gonna be longer than three hours and I hope so nice to meet you how are you everything is good nice to meet you do I tell you that oh because of us some week and because of boredom the blue gates so we haven't seen much of the Medina yesterday I went out all by myself [Laughter] so Fez is known to be the location of the oldest university in the whole wide world meaning that before there's Oxford Sorbonne Harvard anything like that there was a university here in Fez and this place right here the Madras was one of the 14 places that people would come here to study hours so this was student lodging for the university I existed once a lot of time now all fourteen are gone with the exception of this one to disappear and we study here the big formula their favourite they love that now I need two people three people with me somebody like this everybody we make around here this is our people okay we have my hand like this I don't want you to play even though it I'm close to you good steel so far I kiss you the nut in the same way making the rugs by hand and they're all dyed with vegetables oh yes yes come let's see where I get potato potato would just make a white color well take a picture of our cart which is good publicity yes Fez is the center of where the carpet is made there's twenty twenty five tribes making carpet here and I don't tell Marrakech this but Oh your video Inc but Fez has nicer carpets oh thank you well Michael we have three types of carpets we have Berber Arabs and nomads but in Fez we have like this style over there what is this stuff is carpet Oh so fence has its own carpet gorgeous the Fez carpet yeah so the only thing we have in bought in Morocco is a carpet as we have no spot I tried it and it wasn't very good at it but it was really interesting do it so so every single carpet here is made by hand so you can tell by by yes Jib bend the carpet and take the end of the double knots and pull even the knots canal sheets machine mate if not it's handmade amazing yeah a flying carpet a fly I'm excited to buy a pouf tannery time why did you give us mint because of the smell this is not bad what is this what is the smell though what is it from the slaughterhouse because behind the tannery this slaughterhouse so me under guardian of the tannery so this 10 R is very old from the 14th century Wow and they do any kind of skin goats sheep cow and camel they're slaughtered right behind you exactly yes first stage will put the skin in the white suction down there yeah that white is the limestone the lime picked the wool off from the skiing and the fur okay okay and they live the skin can said the line for 15 days yeah another come very softest move okay that will move the skin from the lime to different batch of the colors okay and the colors all natural dyes from plant there is nothing chemical okay so I so someone falls in it's okay before they go inside they put olive oil in his scheme okay because they are the color is all natural dyes from plant there is nothing to me so it's not gonna hurt them exactly I read from poppy flowers you know the puppy yeah and the brown color from cedar wood cedar wood yeah the green pink Samsung makes the color leather stay in the colors for one week seven days for fixing colors okay that'll put the skin two drawers in different groups but there's more than one tannery here right this is the biggest one is the lambskin Oh lambskin very soft with this kind of leather wood Oh jackets okay men's and women's more than 35 colors so I like don't tell Marrakesh this but I like this to be in a better size we're discovering yeah more useful for anymore is more nice I'm not gonna worry I still love everyone a merry cash ok so we're done with Fez for me ok don't check out your hairdo I'm not alright we're done with this we've been here a week a very fast week none was it fast week but we had plans to volunteer we had sickness we had what else do we have we had a lot of food I feel like we I feel like we got as rich if Dez experienced a richer than I would have anticipated considering all the things were going on this week but what I consider rich is we got to connect with a lot of locals that live here local expats as well as locals people are born and raised here and to me that is our rich experience so so far Fez is ranking up there with our top places we shall see for me I'm just gonna come out and say no stop she's just saying to everyone that whoever we're at that's a fair place because it makes anyone feel good that's not true yes it is chosen okay we're stop the ship so on because that is chef Shawn so showing okay we're off to there I think and that's gonna be I think so I don't know we'll figure it out someone to help us but that's our last stop in Morocco because Europe is calling us it's calling us we have to come back to you I know they're getting rain and we're not enjoying it okay we gotta go bye can we leave it with you yes if you like it you come back you're not professional like it that like the Weaver you think that was easy ask him if it's easy