Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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... Life here is just so amazing, and so extremely different from what we are used to. Fascinating. I love the differences but glad it's just a visit not my way of life. Free wi-fi in most places but have difficulty in finding enough time in each day to update the tales of John and Deirdre my trip book is days behind and we've not even been travelling a week yet ,but what a time we're ...
... there's quite a bit of inter marriage. Morocco has only been independent since 1956 so it's a relatively young country but in the last10 - 15 years massive changes and growth have occurred. Education is now compulsory, and there are now 34 universities in the country, girls cannot marry before they are 18, slums are being eradicated and housing being provided, massive building and road projects everywhere - there's lots of ...
... up and embrace the other, kiss him several times, almost as if it was his son and return to what he was doing. I must have been so enthralled with this behaviour, that one asked me, " do you think we are gay, is this why you are so curious?" It was quite difficult for me to explain that I was not percieving it as gay, I was simply fascinated and loved to see this type of interaction.
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... guide had to turn sideways to squeeze through! Of course, the light was dim here and the smells concentrated, so we were glad to get out into the more “spacious” alleys and glad we had a guide with us to show the way!
On our way to a famous old university within the medina, we wove through the sweets market. The stalls were filled with sticky goods of all shapes and sizes, arranged in designs and piled high on platters, wrapped tightly with ...
... carried over throughout the day and it made me link together other places that I have been in Morocco. There is a definite class system of poor and homeless, to peasants, laborers and farmers, to middle class and to high class. It is interesting to actually witness this first hand however there is a point that is unique about it. People of all classes help and speak with one another, at least from that I have witnessed. There have ...