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Awoke to the muslim call to prayer @0430. Awoke again at 0730. By 0830 the rooftop terrace was full and it was getting warm so we dined downstairs for breakfast. I still had a funny tummy and had a light, fat free breakfast. Chris was not too perturbed, however, as he managed to devour my share of omelette and bread.
We then took to the streets to get lost again. I gave Chris the camera, 'for a change', but repossessed it shortly after. In that time, he had ...
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... a visa. Shivangi with her Indian passport had already obtained a Morocco visa so that shouldn't have been confusing. A few more anxious minutes later, he seemed to give up and mumbled something in half Arabic, half French and gave us our passports back without stamping anything! We didn't understand a word. Luckily a very helpful girl in the queue saw the communication gap and translated that he wanted us to first go to office #5. By this time the people in ...
... I may have mentioned Alovera before).Loo stop and panic stations.......... Thought I was about to have to use the squat one but happily no! I have avoided them so!Gav, the farmers are using Massey Fergs as well as donkeys! .......just a thought! :)
Here now and no speeding tickets. Quite arvo in the gorgeous Hotel chilling. :)
Sorry haven't proofread this and no pics. Wi fi really iffy.
Last weekend was the first overnight trip we've had during my program, and it set the bar WAY high. We started out by ditching school on Thursday (okay, technically not ditching if the director plans it) and headed to the city of Tetouan and Cueta, to be followed by a three night stay in the happiest place on earth: Chefchaouen.
I only got to see Tetouan for an hour so I don't have much to say about the city other than the fact that their ice cream was not good, ...