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... hour trip back home to Salamanca. The next few days were a whirl-wind as I had my final class of the program, said goodbye to my friends, and moved houses.
Now it's just Laura, Chelsea, Nick and I in Salamanca for the next month. Another group arrived today that I guess we are technically a part of but nothing will ever be the same as our first group (AMAZING SUMMER 2)!!
Ciao for now. Blogs are tough work.
... overcast. I was so afraid it would be blazing hot on our Volubilis day. We drove through the beautiful countryside, amongst the olive trees and free roaming donkeys, sheep, and cows. Many crops were growing or the patches of land were being readied for the next crop. The dirt was made of rich, dark soil.
We arrived at Volubilis, and our driver waited in the car. We bought our tickets: 10 Dirhams each. We climbed up the hill where we found ourselves amidst stones, ...
... we were gliding along sections of city walls. We concluded the 1-hour tour in about 2 hours. At the gateway Bab el- Mansour, the stunningly beautiful Palace Gate in a massive wall across from the central plaza, and let our driver go.
We walked across to Place el-Hedim, a smaller, less touristy, version of Plaza Jemaa El Fna in Marrakech. The temperature hovers around 90F but is ...
... husband, we managed to get it into a place where we could turn it round and then we limped back to Jenny's. They had not expected us back quite so soon! I mean I hadn't seen Jenny for 15 years......she was probably expecting us back in another 15 years, not 15 minutes!
They did the decent thing and rang a mechanic who said he would be along in a couple of hours. After about an hour, we thought, what the hell, let's throw in ...
Departing Rabat after our morning city tour, our next stop was Meknes and is known locally as the Versailles of Morocco. On arrival in Meknes, we indulged in some fantastic Moroccan soup for lunch on a roof terrace overlooking the bustling medina. With full stomachs we set off on a walking tour of Meknes which was quite similar to Rabat, just on a slightly smaller scale ...