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... women; wives and concubines. It is as good as the Sultans really. Ordinary household people are buried outside the buildings. All the graves face east. Lots of feral cars roam freely.
Next we visit the aristocratic Bahia place, just outside the Medina. Getting in there is interesting as you cross a busy Medina road. Cars, motorbikes, pushies, horses, donkeys everything comes at you from all directions. There are no pedestrian crossings and I think the only rule is ...
... There are three primary Berber dialects, and none of the have anything to do with Arabic. They were primarily spoken languages, but 5 years ago they have agreed on a standard written form of the standard Berber language (melds the 3 dialects together).
The third official language is French. The country was colonized by the French from 1912 to 1956. The Spanish also controlled the Mediterranean coast during that time, as well as the southwest ...
... power just as it was getting dark. Coincidence that both points that we had tried had "tripped", but when you look at some of the motorhomes that the French are driving around, it's not really surprising.....a small sub station would be more appropriate!
... scholarship to teach Arabic in a university in the United States. After the Fulbright committee accepted his application, Adil received a teaching assistantship from Brown University. He went there to teach Arabic to undergraduates, and to take humanities courses taught in English, for a period of one year.
During his program, Adil joined the Muslim students association at Brown and met graduate students from around the Middle East. He also traveled through the East coast ...
... square, which was incredible! It was today we realised that the Moroccans, when talking to us, or as we previously thought, pestering us, actually only ever wanted to welcome us to their country, and this was done by shaking our hand then touching their heart. Friendly, and so touching. Of course they wanted to entice us into their shop, but they meant no harm and their priority was to welcome us. Unlike my first impression, that they were market sellers only wanting to pester us, ...