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... roads: street traffic in downtown Casablanca is a little more frenetic than in Montpelier, apparently.
My father’s reaction to the same walk, written later that evening:
Connie and I have joined our wandering family in Casablanca. We have been here before, but only to meet a tour group and drive north to Rabat. This evening (I think it was evening) we set out for the crowded medina, where many denizens there have been your best friend ...
... did say the price was pretty good. Hint: I think we could have gone a little lower…. It will be delivered when we get home in early December. The group had already moved on to the next place and Khalid guided us along so we could catch up.
“Balek! Balek!” As we made our way to the leather souk, the smell was starting to permeate the streets – whew – we must be getting close. It must be far worse in ...
... the threat of a two-year-old sitting next to me, my flight to New York was surprisingly easy. I took it as a good sign when the little boy handed me his MONKEY stuffed animal to play with. How did he know my new favorite animal?!
After a five hour layover in New York, I boarded my first international flight. Since this was a red eye, I planned on sleeping for most of the flight, but when the flight attendant handed me an iPad to watch ...
... s "Oh, Im so tired because it Ramadan" thing is getting really old. It's not my Ramadan Muhammad, so don't book a tour if you are going to be too tired because you haven't eaten anything since sun up this morning. Wha Wha. Wha, I'm doing my oh so sorry belly dance for ya! I don't believe you gave me 50% off your price coupon because it's Ramadan! OK...that's my Ramadan Fes rant for the moment. What we did see of Fes we enjoyed. The medina is huge and full of narrow streets and ...
... not a hotel its a tourist attraction we explain. OK, OK, they think they understand, we can go with him if we don't mind going the long way round as he needs to drop his first passenger. It's 40 Dirham. A bit steep by Moroccan standards but not so much for us (just over £3). We get in.
Passenger one gets dropped off and passenger two is taken aboard. Presumably they are going our way but we enjoy the trip around the old city walls and only now ...