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... kind of grates on the nurses' nerves, so they usually make him stop. He's one of the kids that can walk, but he obviously doesn't wander around too much without someone with him. He makes it really easy to feed, bathe and dress him, despite not being able to see what's going on. He's such a sweetheart, I just wish I could figure out his name.
The laugh of a chain smoker - Nadia is absolutely hilarious. She sounds like she's been smoking ten packs a day for ...
... kiss one day at the Gnaoua Music Festival in Essaouira, Morocco. On the beach by day, and while attending concerts at night, I was surrounded by thousands of women. I befriended a funny European woman who I unfortunately wasn't attracted to. I wandered off.
Two a.m. arrived. The pedestrian streets of Essaouira's stone-walled medina were almost barren. I felt tired, hopeless. ...
... crescendo of deep bellows. It was definitely something I will always remember.
Back downstairs, Jean-Claude and Simo had tea and coconut cookies ready for us! An avid piano player, Beethoven, Bach, Amy Winehouse, Adele and Norah Jones played constantly the entire time we were there! As we were the only ones there we explored all the nooks and crannies of the riad in our downtime and snuggled up on the couches and ate clementines. On our tour of Fez we went to the ...
... were let in first to receive numbers to return tomorrow & submit the applications. Then they allowed the (approx 100) men to enter - it was a scrum. Carr and Marianne were pinned against a wall until we could pull them out. We had already decided that we would submit all the forms with Marianne's number, so Cade & I didn't have to wade back into the scrum to get numbers too. We were told by a French woman that if we went back in the ...
... anyone except a few intrepid surfers and body boarders. Some of the guys played cricket with some locals while others parked up in the local hotel to use the fee internet. Tim and I parked ourselves front and centre in a local restaurant to watch the world go by and sample the local fare.
Another night of bush camping, this time by the ocean had us in high spirits. There is nothing like being rocked to sleep by the crash of waves on the beach and at least it ...
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