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I'm sitting in a smoky cafe - It reminds me of a newsroom in the 70s. There's coffee cups clanking, cigarettes burning to buts in ashtrays and the soft sound of a newspaper between someone's fingers nearby.
I've been scouring the internet for contacts and information for this story, and with each success there's been a million failed attempts. The language barrier, the poor translations by google and the overall cloudiness of the topic as a ...
... jobs that are documented, jobs that are secure, and the officers are merely trying to keep those jobs. They can't have hundreds of people sit on a street people are trying to drive down. While I still can't agree with the violence, I also can't say who, if anyone, was in the wrong. Who knows, one of those officers may have just had to beat someone he knew - a friend, a classmate, a brother, a sister.
Is there a solution?
... day's attractions will be in Rabat, Morocco's (diplomatic) capital. First we explored the Chellah city, a ruined Roman and Merinid city on the outskirts of Rabat. The city walls and gates are majestic and covered by fine arabesque carvings. Inside the walls there was an exquisite mosque ruin from the Merinid dynasty (13-15th centuries), with a finely tiled minaret. A flock of noisy storks has nested on top of the ruined masonry ...
... may not be engaged. He lives next door so maybe I'll get a ring tomorrow. Hopefully it's from Saudi and cushion cut. After this short conversation I feel mortified and I'm sure my face was the color of a tomato, but also extremely proud of myself for being able to understand about 85% of what she had said. But the torture was not over. Oh no, that would be too easy. She then calls over Nabil, my host brother who I just met because he works in France. He is the youngest of the ...
... Joel took off his shirt in a futile attempt at getting rid of his tan lines, and used the shirt to wrap up the key to our locker at the kayak rental place. After awhile, we decided to head over to the Sale part of the beach, where the waves were significantly larger and we could try our hand at kayak surfing. Once we got the hang of it, it was so much fun! The only problem with attempting to "surf" in a kayak is that it is significantly *************trol than a ...