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... pulp came away from its silky lining. This pulp shell was taken to be fed to the goats (presumably as some form of bargaining tool to prevent them from stealing the produce!). The remaining kernel and its soft shell was then passed on to the next worker, also sitting in front of a large rock. This harder shell was then broken off and the remaining kernel was passed onto another worker, who sorted them out to be dried. Once dried, the kernels were pushed into a ...
... klasyczne beczki mercedesa, ktore zawioza Cie gdzie chcesz, pod warunkiem, ze znajdziesz 5 innych wspolpasazerow jadacych w tym samym kierunku, zaplacisz panu na parkingu wytargowana sume pieniedzy i kierowcy zechce sie akurat ruszyc w kurs... Jak juz udalo nam sie spelnic te wszystkie warunki, po dwoch godzinach "tulaczki" i czekania ruszylismy w niezapomniana, trzy godzinna podroz. Podziwiajac droge z Marrakeshu nad ...
... takes looking from another angle sometimes to see how beautiful something is. Essaouira has been my reminder to see how stupid beautiful things can be when you take the time to pick them up and flip them around a bit. Things are inevitably different from different angles.
Don't forget to look at the flip-side."
REFLECTIONS: I wish I never had to leave Essaouira, but Casablanca had its own flip-sides and ...
... never made that connection. Maybe only Moroccan seagulls make these horrible noises? It makes sitting on the beach, or out on our roof, or anywhere in Essaouira a strange experience. Speaking of sitting on our roof, that's what I did today. We planned too many days here, I'll admit it. This trip may have been a little too long by a day or two. I would suggest not as much time to anyone who is thinking of going to only two cities in Morocco.
... to hang around too. The Moroccan fishermen
put a lot of pride and quite a number of hours in decorating their boats. Many
boats are built for heavy seas.
Strolling around town all morning sightseeing. For lunch we found a nice square full of different
restaurants. They have their main meal at lunch time, so we try to blend in as the prices and
variety of food is better.
After the customary nana nap we are off again. The ramparts ...