Riad Dar Aida
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... while following (at least a bit) globalisation trends. Can explain the vast gap between the liberated Casablanca woman, hair in the wind, going to work driving her convertible Mercedes, and the country side people, going to the market on a donkey-pulled cart, or walking across highways to gather with their neighbours. And yes, they still meet their neighbours, as only half of them use Internet and Facebook.
What does it say to you???
... des fleurs???
Here are a few pix of and around my daily life (somewhat "normal") of Rabat, said to be “white”, as remembered to me by my friend Alexandre. A few historical monuments, not that much, but I have not seen it all yet. I try to figure out how to show the charm of the Kasbah and medina, and moreover their richness through their history and ...
... sad. All in all I think the best way to summarize ...
Today was peer edit for our first pitches. For those of you who don't know (which included me until yesterday), a pitch is the punch line. It's the two paragraph email you send to an editor that gives them the rundown of your story idea. In essence, you have ten seconds to catch their attention with a feasible yet compelling story proposal. It makes me sit down and ask the tough questions: Why now? Why should anyone care? What am I trying to ...
My family, and many families here (at least in the medina where all SIT students live), watch MTV and other American shows all the time. I watched the music video for Beyoncé's Drunk in Love with a 90 year old Moroccan woman, my mother (45), my sister (20), and my two brothers (17,18). It didn't seem awkward or strange to them.