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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... that we would have a lemon-preserving party in the future.
Throughout the morning as we worked we laughed. We had spent three days together and had talked a lot and laughed alot, but this was the first time we were all contributing to a common goal, focused on creating something instead of observing it. It was the most fun we had experienced so far. At work I've seen how much working towards a common goal and doing things outside of our comfort zone could build ...
... were looking forward to something cold and refreshing, but instead it was a "hot" salad. Huh? Yep, hot. It consisted of several dishes: eggplant, fresh diced tomatoes & onions (like a salsa), brown lentils, zucchini, and green soupy stuff. We mixed it all together on our plates. Sooo delicious! It became our new favorite dish.
For our mains, Hunter had chicken tagine with layered "pasta"--more like phyllo dough. I had chicken tagine. Then we had grapes ...
... relative calm and peacefulness of the countryside in southern Spain to the chaos that is morocco. We're staying just outside the medina in a budget hotel. The medina is in the old city in fes, where no cars are allowed and the primary form of transport of goods is by donkey. It has 10k houses and feels a bit like what I imagined a favela to be. The roads are narrow so you get bumped into a fair bit. Also when a donkey lugging a refrigerator comes your way, you gotta ...
... their competing call to the faithful. We are far removed from the beat of the bodrum and the melody of the tin whistle. Four days later we escape the mayhem of the medina and travel north to Chefchaouen. Beautifully situated between the raw peaks of the Rif, this artsy, blue washed mountain village is a world away from the frantic hustle and crafted con of the city. Under Spanish occupation between 1920 and Moroccan independence in 1956, the terra cotta tiles give the town ...
... Fez we indulged in an evening of traditional Moroccan food and performances by some locals. The food was spectacular, with different types of tagines being served, and in large quantities, we we're fit to burst. Just to finish off the day, those neon lights decided to flash again..... I was randomly selected to be whisked away by some ladies who did not speak a word of English and have them dress me in traditional clothing and a lot of head wear, so much ...