Riad Dar Aida
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... un peu) des tendances globales. D'où les grands écarts entre la vie des casablancaises très urbaines, les cheveux libres au vent allant travailler au volant de sa décapotable, et de la vie des gens de campagnes, où la charrette reste le moyen de transport en commun, et où ils traversent à pied l'autoroute pour rencontrer leurs voisins de visu, pas sur face de bouc (car ils ne sont que la moitié à utiliser Internet) !
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... d been coveting for awhile. Susan asked if she could send photos to the CCCL to give to her village-stay family next semester once she'd left Morocco. Everyone else asked if they could maybe do that too.
It’s heartbreaking in a way, because Jess’ sweater will stop smelling like her and there is no promise that next semester’s group will be returning to Birta (the village we stayed in). The sentiment is genuine, but it is desperate, as none of us know how to ...
... I don't know where this journey will end, or if it ever will really. The more I see and the more people I meet, I realize that home is where you make it. My home continues to grow and spread across oceans.
While it's a beautiful thought, it's also heartbreaking. I can't ever be home entirely; no matter where I am, I'll always have somewhere I'm not. Somewhere I love, full of people I love. I guess that's one of those things you learn as you grow and ...
... drink mojitos” way. But it’s not ...
... more than language, and this past week has solidified this - rice soup, mint tea and back rubs.
The only lines I like are the dotted yellow type that mark each step traveled between places, and even those I usually admire from afar, but today's lines mark my journey just as much as the dotted yellow do.
Find your lines. Scribble outside them, but appreciate the fact that they're there.