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  • He will pass the coming night in a fandak, and leave as soon after daybreak as the gates are opened.

    Morocco

  • Tied in the covered cloisters of the fandak there was some respite for them from the attack of mosquitoes, but the donkeys, being cheap and of no importance, were left to all the torments that were bound to be associated with the place.

    Morocco

  • When I entered the fandak he came running up to me in a style suggestive of the gambols of a playful dog, and I was exceedingly annoyed by a thought that he might not know any difference between me and his other friends.

    Morocco

  • Then he returned to the stricken donkeys, and the keeper of the fandak, coming out to welcome me, saw his more worthy visitor.

    Morocco

  • The mad visitor to the fandak did not disturb the conversation with the keeper and the Susi muleteers, but he turned the head of a donkey in our direction and talked eagerly to the poor animal, pointing at me with outstretched finger the while.

    Morocco

  • The keeper of the fandak, kind man, made uneasy by this demonstration, signed to me quietly to stretch out my hand, with palm open, and directed to the spot where the madman stood, for only in that way could I hope to avert the evil eye.

    Morocco

  • English, and out of it the mules were to be fed, the charges of n'zala and fandak to be met, and if there was anything over the men might buy food for themselves.

    Morocco

  • His youthful holiness had known Salam in Fez, and had caught sight of him by Boubikir's fandak in the early afternoon.

    Morocco

  • Then the mules, resting for the time in his father's fandak, would bring their burdens home, and we could enjoy our well-earned rest.

    Morocco

  • It boasts some large fandaks, notably that of Hadj Larbi, where the caravans from the desert send their merchandise and chief merchants, but no sane European will choose to seek shelter in a fandak in

    Morocco

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