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... pushing around with the ball of my pen for hours - they feel the grind. My thoughts are running wild but fenced, I need to get outside this box of thought I've been put in and see it from another angle, but the more I read the less I feel I know.
My cigarette just retired, and I'm back to typing with all ten fingers. Maybe these little soldiers will march onto something that will lead me somewhere. Anywhere. Maybe I'll order another coffee and ...
... that hangs off my cheeks with a smile, and I'm eager to be able to say more than where I'm from, my name, and my favorite food. I want to meet people as well as show who I am to them. Much can be said without saying anything, but much is needed to be said as well.
Oumaima's family has invited me to spend the weekend in a town in the North. It would be a great experience to practice my language ...
... Portuguese founded Oudaya Kasbah, a mini walled city at the wide mouth of Bou Regreg river. Containing a palace compound now converted into the "Andalucian Gardens", its plantings seem not in the best shape although the garden's setting inside high crenelated walls is nice. After sitting down to take in Moroccan sweet mint tea, we walked through the atmospheric narrow twisting alleys in the Kasbah which are uniformly painted in Greek blue and ...
... turned out to be a brilliantly successful plan and for the rest of the evening I ate enough food for five men, drank too many cups of tea and then ate again. Of course I fell asleep by eight (I never have been the life of the party) but it was one of the most entertaining nights I've had here by far. If you ever get the chance to attend a Moroccan party, of any kind, I highly suggest you jump on the chance at once. Just make sure you're already married, or fake it.
... in our kayaks and retrieve our stuff. After paying, we decided to walk on the beach for a bit so that we could drip-dry enough to hopefully be taxi worthy. There were probably ten soccer games going on along the length of the beach, in addition to what looked like a team training for American football. After the soccer ball of the game nearest us went soaring past for the third time, Joel, who had proven himself a worthy ball retriever, was invited to join the game. ...