Sometimes, I'd rather be somewhere else; go far away, see new places, speak other languages.
For me, right now, this isn't possible. Too much work.
And when I leave Fez, it's to go to Casablanca or Rabat - not the best places to relax.
So, I just take a walk in the Atlas, a neighborhood in Fez, in the Ville Nouvelle. It costs nothing, and it's just a few minutes from my apartment.
It's one of my favorite places in Fez. It's popular, lively, and colorful - and it's the place to go for food, with a lot of small restaurants, and all kinds of stores.
On the next photo, you can see buckets of khlie, dried beef, preserved in fat. It's delicious, and quite expensive.
(it's often hard to take pictures in the street in Morocco. You need to ask people for their permission - well, I guess you don't need to, but it's more polite. Most people agree, but sometimes not, like this guy who was selling vegetables. He got quite angry actually. But too late, I had stolen that photo).
Just by the CTM (the national bus compagny), there is an old man who sells used books. I sometimes buy European magazines from him, for 5 dirhams.