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My last full day in Morocco. My last day before I begin my long voyage back home. My last day being in a place that shows no sign of the fast approaching holiday that is the sad spectacle of American consumerism. But alas, the end of one unforgettable trip.
Yesterday, I arrived in El Jadida after traveling for about five hours from Meknes, making a short stop in Casablanca. With just a couple days remaining in Morocco, I decided to change ...
In summary, 5 weeks is too much in Morocco during Ramadan in 45C+ heat. Lesson learned.
To be fair to me, even Moroccans themselves know they can be too much. Every time I have a friendly conversation with someone they ask two questions:
What do you think of Morocco?
They seem pleased when I tell them Morocco is beautiful and interesting.
What do you think of the people?
They seem ...
... to ask a girl to dance it was great. then fridayu we had graduation so the kids get a diploma and they left by 2. so in the qfternoon me and anothe rguy went down to the convinience store and had some beers (its the only bar in town° we met some french lady who had clearly had to much to drink but thats okay she was nice, talked about how she likedthe beers in cananda. we went for dinner wt the one restarant in town that night it was ...
... in Arabic.
"Oh, I'm sorry--I thought you were a foreigner... no, you don't have to pay anything... but if you like, and you want to give me something for a coffee, that's up to you..."
"By the way, where are you from?" he asks.
"Agadir" I answer.
That was too easy... Did I really pull that one off?
I explore the castle a bit--then climb up and follow the wall around the ...
we ride in to Rabat; its busy and the hotel is full so we try the campsite in Sale. Our guidebooks out of date and where the canpsite was is now rubble. Figure we'll carry on and miss Casablanca and stay soneahere small; its alright! the Medinas good and the men looking after my bike are far better ...