Riad Dar Soufa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... what we see and experience as we travel throughout the country.
And the lectures didn't stop in Rabat. During every long bus ride, a portion was devoted to a lecture on another topic. For the casual sightseer this in depth education may be too much. But both Doug and I have learned so much about Morocco that we might not have with other tour companies. And the fact that our group is very small--only 10 participants--is an added bonus.
... go on these sorts of trips, but it is worth its value tenfold and I can say that I'll cherish this trip throughout the rest of my life. The rest of the day consisted of packing and traveling back to the Tangier airport to go back to Spain, so everyone was exhausted. But everyone also had a great time in Morocco that most of us didn't care. :) THANK YOU FOR BEING PATIENT WITH ME. I knew this entry was going to take a while, but I needed to give my trip some justice in how incredible it ...
... have spent days just wandering and exploring, but as it was we hired a guide so we could hit the highlights without getting lost. We saw the famous leather tanneries which use the old ways of preparing leather, with vats full of pigeon poop and other smelly (but natural) substances. We also visited the university there which claims to have been the first university in the world—it's now a mosque. It was a fun day, the weather ...
... do during my independent study period (the month ...
... rewrites, research, arabic classes, journalism classes and trying to remember to eat I've got photo uploads running all day. There's so many memories running through the long white cord that connects my camera to my screen. There's the sand of the desert, the argon oil co-ops, the Marrakech markets and the leather tanneries.
I can almost smell them all again. That's what photography is about, being able to relive and ...