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Hi all Where to start?? We don't seem to stop to catch or breath and when we do we collapse in our beds! With a lovely crowd including 2 from SA a few from Oz and UK. Thank goodness we are walking on average about 8 kms a day although we did 10.8 kms around Casa yesterday. We are eating way too much. It is very hot and humid and hopefully sweating off some ...
... is the capital of Morocco and like many cities as a similar stigma of being a bit boring and don't think many tourists come here as there is not really a tonne to do and I think it was this later fact that encouraged me to stop here in the first place.
I have to say we both immediately like it. It has a nice atmosphere and seems well set up, easy to navigate and the locals seem friendly and not pushy. I think so far ...
... by going backstage to a Rap concert in Rabat. It was incredible to watch the scene unfold. The lyrics rolled off his mouth and into theirs. They all knew them. Each sound was reinforced by each vocal chord that packed the building. Fist flew, voices followed. As it came to an end I went downstairs and waited for 'Drizzy Dros' to be done on stage. The press door was surrounded for a couple hours after the show, so we sat in the basement room and watched them all just ...
... break free.
I'll be leaving my computer in Rabat during our excursion as we will have intense travel situations. This will give me the opportunity to write by hand.
My journal pages are calling.
Blank screens can be intimidating, blank pages are inviting.
Stay tuned for stories; I'll be making them.
Remember. Rewrite. Redefine. Relive. Retell.
... corner to another car park but was opposite a police check point so that they could keep an eye on us. It was very surreal seeing senior police in their smart uniforms helping us to put up our tents but they seemed to enjoy themselves.
We’ve been eating like kings with each cook group coming up with something interesting. While we were bush camping it was the turn of Susumi (Japanese) and Fu (Chinese). On ...