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... King faced two challenges: the influx of more liberal ideals due in large part to social media, and Islamist forces interpreting the religious texts. Throughout history such rebellions to limit the power of the king were met by either toppling the king or accepting democracy thereby rendering the king symbolic. Morocco did neither. Instead, the King held elections where all parties and ideologies gained something, and together they wrote ...
... that night in Casa Aladin, where I sat next to Mehdi, the student who accompanied us to Chefchaouen. I enjoyed my dinner a lot, not only because I ordered really good food (Moroccan salad and a Berber tanger) but because Mehdi was such a great dinner companion! Once we finished with dinner, we all headed back to the hostel for a final reflection on our trip to Morocco. Each person contributed one thing that stood out to them on this trip or their favorite part. It was nice to ...
I feel sure there are huge crowds of you waiting impatiently for each new post. I apologize for being lax; usually I wait for something major to report and there hasn't been much of that in the last few weeks. But I forget that for those still at home, any Moroccan news is good news. So here goes. To catch you up, three weeks ago a new volunteer named Amanda arrived from Canada. She's a really sweet girl and it was nice to have a trio (her, ...
... laden the table with bright colors and the aroma of tea circles the room. The women laugh in the kitchen as they go about their way, and all I can do is watch as they manage to move swiftly past and around one another as though they were themselves coated in olive oil, sliding rhythmically around the room, hands filled with colorful powders and seeds.
Morocco's commodity chain couldn't wrap around my ...
... to drench the unwary. Fresh sea air and the freedom to roam around by ourselves is intoxicating after the restricted confines of the bus. We find a delightful restaurant/bar along the waterfront, on what was once a working dhow. Ordering drinks and reclining on cushions in the bow, we spend a couple of hours, watching the sun set in complete relaxation- definitely "Happy Hour" in ...