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... Kalid'h saved my broken shoe with a lace we found on the ground. After a few relatively silent hours we made it to the falls. Sadly no women were swimming so I assumed it wasn't meant for me. Luckily i had one of the boys swim under the falls and fill my Water bottle. It was lovely to sit and enjoy the crystal clear running ...
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... visited the unfinished Hassan II mosque. It's been unfinished since the 12th century so I don't think there's much chance of it happening now. There were impressive guards on horseback standing at the gates, a good photo opportunity. Inside there was also the mausoleum for one of the kings. Beautiful building full of marble and gold leaf. Bit eerie with the coffin sitting in state in the centre of ...
... into Morocco. An hour and a half later we were finally through into the chaos of Morocco. There were cars everywhere trying to cross into Spain but breaking down, horns going
off constantly and people selling bits by the side of the road.
After about 20 mins we decided to stop for a toilet break and for lunch. We parked up in a car
park by the beach and made ourselves ...
... some of the people that I've grown close to over the past few weeks. I don't like it. The first week was sad. My eyes started watering a little as I was hugging people, but we were already late leaving for our trip so we didn't really have time to linger over goodbyes. The second week, I definitely got a little choked up, but I kept it in check and got over it pretty soon after getting into a taxi. Not so this past Friday. I cried. A lot. And continued to cry on and off all ...