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... out when we get there." ****. It was too late now. The taxi began to drive off... When we arrived he walked me to my hostel as it was in the medina and you can't drive cars through there. He stopped around the corner from the hostel and said "ok melting pot is over there.." And I said "ok thanks how much?" "150." '150' I thought... 'That seems like a lot.' I hadn't worked out what the exchange rate was yet, but I knew this was too much. Yet I was stuck. I was in an alleyway with no ...
... the paved roads we all marveled at how Mediterranean the landscape was, with olive orchards and rolling green hills. We could have easily mistaken it for Greece as opposed to North Africa because the landscape was so similar.
There were checkpoint stations coming out of Fes. Based on my book, the checkpoints serve two purposes: one is to ensure that no tourists are with locals who are not licensed guides or drivers. This helps prevent anyone being taken advantage of ...
... us that taxis shouldn't cost any more than 50 and they will try to rip you off so be careful, we got to Marrakech late that evening around 6pm and made our way out to get a taxi where a man had the gall to ask for 140!! crazy, we ended up paying 50 and made our way into the Marrakech Madina where we were staying at another Riad down some back streets. As soon as we got out of the taxi we were mobbed with young boys offering to show us the way to the riad, we had a ...
... ancient city. A stork had nested atop a Roman column, adding a splash of white to the scene. It was much more beautiful than I have described. Ramone dismissed it by saying we should wait until Europe, if we're impressed by this then France and Spain will blow our minds. If that's the case then Lauren has picked the correct order for this holiday.
We made it to Fez with enough time to shower and head to dinner. This was another exorbitant meal, but the ...
... is no worry. Moments aren't anticipating the next, they're just walking, just sitting, and when they decide what to do next they'll do that.
These are comforting moments to me; The moments where I realize that all the anticipation, worry, planning and foreshadowing that sometimes overtake the moments in my life don't have to.
I like the moments where I'm dirty, hungry and timeless.
Who am I?
What do I find comfort ...