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... run up to us smiling and shouting "I be your guide, I be your guide" and I would smile, lightly ruffle his hair and say "That's okay son, we'll find our own way" and then I would give him 10p and he'd run off shouting "The bald man, he is a god, he is a god" and we'd laugh and carry on our way. And we'd walk down alleyways festooned with brightly coloured wares and the air would be filled with the exotic aromas of spices and the fragrance of incense, but most of the alleyways ...
... that we are not going to follow the coast but head towards Chefchaouen and the mountains, to go riding. Having studied the guide books, everywhere has beautiful Medinas and Kasbahs, so we’ll catch some of them along the interesting roads.
We dress for a sightseeing ride in pants, shirts and sneakers. No plastic. Into the city and things have changed.
Tangiers is open today.
Insurance is no problem, 3rd party only. MAD950. Cover starts tomorrow, and last ...
June 9, 2014
Meknes to Tangier by train (85 dirham each)
3 hours per the schedule (ours delayed 1.5hrs)
Stay: Ibis Hotel - 400 Dh (few hundred meters from train station, very convenient)
... swayed the conversation a bit. After a little bit of talk he said "usually this scarf runs at 400 durum, but for you my friend, I will start it at 300. And you know in Morocco you never settle on the first price, you must negotiate a good price. But for you my friend, I will give you my best price of 300." Now this was odd to me to have someone tell us that he has increased the price and expects us to barter to bring it down.
We then decided to ...
... he needs to pursue his personal legend. The horseman said that he needed to test Santiago's courage and the best way to do that would be in battle. He also said that he shouldn't give up on his goal and that if he survived he could come visit him. Before he rode off Santiago asked him where he lived, the horseman pointed south.
Pages 102- 167 talk about how the enemy attacked the oasis and after ...