|View of the 'ville nouvelle' of Taza|
Two hours East of Fez by train is Taza, a town of 200,000, where I went spelunking last weekend. Compared to Fez, the town is very relaxed, and with few tourists coming through there are no hustlers out to get your dirham.
|A path connecting the the new town to the medina, which sits on the hillside above|
|Small street in the medina|
|A weekly market just outside of the medina walls|
|Pre-spelunking, waiting for our guide|
|View of the opening of the cave, after walking down a few hundred feet of stairs|
|Eric, Allison, Zahir and me, under the 'table' rock formation|