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    cheap airfare
  • A low-cost carrier or low-cost airline (also known as a no-frills, discount or budget carrier or airline) is an airline that generally has lower fares.
    morocco
  • Fine flexible leather made (originally in Morocco) from goatskin tanned with sumac, used esp. for book covers and shoes
  • a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim population; achieved independence from France in 1956
  • a soft pebble-grained leather made from goatskin; used for shoes and book bindings etc.
  • (moroccan) of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people; "Moroccan mosques cannot be entered by infidels"
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Lonely Planet Morocco (Country Travel Guide)
Lonely Planet Morocco (Country Travel Guide)
Lonely Planet Morocco

Take in the spectacle of Marrakesh's Djemaa el-Fna then dive into the drama of the city's labyrinthine souqs
Scrunch your toes into the Sahara while the sun sets over the Erg Chigaga dunes
Aspire to having the steady hands of a maalem as you weave your own Moroccan carpet
Witness flamingos take flight as a local guide navigates your boat around Merdja Zerga lake

In This Guide:

Four authors, 136 days of in-country research, 98 detailed maps, six camel rides
Color arts and crafts chapter with shopping tips and an index of traveler workshops
A former Moroccan tour guide heads up our team of expert authors in revealing the true Morocco
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A House in Fez: Building a Life in the Ancient Heart of Morocco
The Medina -- the Old City -- of Fez is the best-preserved, medieval walled city in the world. Inside this vibrant Moroccan community, internet cafes and mobile phones coexist with a maze of donkey-trod alleyways, thousand-year-old sewer systems, and Arab-style houses, gorgeous with intricate, if often shabby, mosaic work.
While vacationing in Morocco, Suzanna Clarke and her husband, Sandy, are inspired to buy a dilapidated, centuries-old riad in Fez with the aim of restoring it to its original splendor, using only traditional craftsmen and handmade materials. So begins a remarkable adventure that is bewildering, at times hilarious, and ultimately immensely rewarding.
A House in Fez chronicles their meticulous restoration, but it is also a journey into Moroccan customs and lore and a window into the lives of its people as friendships blossom. When the riad is finally returned to its former glory, Suzanna finds she has not just restored an old house, but also her soul.

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