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... Immigration police stamp not legible enough, you must return. To ship? No, Immigration Police building. I’m translating pidgin Arabic and French.
This place is enormous. Talk about the midgets in the maize crop. Off we go, get whistled at heaps and pointed generally in the right direction until we find the Police building, which is the Railway terminus for North Africa. Kind of like Paddington. We were the only foreigners there. Directed through the IN door ...
... so friendly it was hard to tell him we didn't need to see anymore and were ready to barter down our items.
Thank goodness Logan was there because I always pay outright and hate negotiating. I thought, "300 durum is like $30 and that's not bad for a scarf made of silk," silly me. So Logan started at half price. The guy said he cut him in half. Most of the negotiating was being done it Arabic so I got none of it. Eventually the employee said, "I can do ...
... and that Anissa, my roommate of 3 years, would laugh and say something along the lines of “if only you knew!” but it was sweet all the same.
So, after hearing that, how can I justifiably stay here in this now empty room and recount minuscule details of my week when Rachel is waiting for me with an 8th season episode?
*Sigh* I just can’t.
Love and all good things,
... two hours later, "Sorry—there's nothing going on. You can just go home." It's frustrating because at first I really loved working here, and I still do on the rare days I'm actually working with the kids, but it's just been so bad recently. I'm thinking about traveling down to Marrakech on Thursday now, rather than finishing out my last week. Hopefully I'll get a few good days to end my time here. This past weekend I met up with Kendall ...
... who recommended a different city to Tangiers with a bit too much insistence. But after some intense haggling we managed to get a taxi for the ride to Tangier 70km away, in a very old Mercedes.
The road to tangier snaked through the landscape, mostly along the hill ridges. Views of the coast, sporadic settlements and many checkpoints dotted our path. we were taken through a towns main street, humming with people buying and selling clothes. ...