Dar El Kabira
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Salut! (ENGLISH BELOW)
Alors voici quelques images de la petite vie tranquille (et un tant soit peu « normale ») de Rabat, dite « la blanche », que me rappelle mon ami Alexandre. Quelques monuments historiques, pas tellement cependant. Mais j'ai pas tout vu encore, et surtout pas montré le charme de sa kasbah et de sa médina, ni leurs richesses non plus. À suivre.
Pour tout de suite, mon environnement immédiat : ...
... and then, of course, a little sad. All in all ...
Spent the night in a riad, inside a medina. Had a targine, meat balls and mint tea for dinner so a great introduction to Moroccan food and the Moroccan way of life. We were ready for our first good night's sleep here after a long, long flight from Hong Kong.
Actually as long flights go it wasn't too bad. We were lucky enough to get a spare seat between us on both legs so we were able to stretch out a bit.
... corner to another car park but was opposite a police check point so that they could keep an eye on us. It was very surreal seeing senior police in their smart uniforms helping us to put up our tents but they seemed to enjoy themselves.
We’ve been eating like kings with each cook group coming up with something interesting. While we were bush camping it was the turn of Susumi (Japanese) and Fu (Chinese). On ...
... speaker, making his subject interesting for us all. We are then taken on a tour of the house. After a stop for coffee, we find ourselves once again in a market. The meat and vegetable stalls are many and varied, displaying a different variety of produce in each place we've seen. The afternoon is free, so a small group of us head to the beach. The Atlantic waves roll ...
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