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... at a western restaurant on the beach. Had pepperoni pizza and ice cream! Sooo good. Headed back to the hostel for some beers and to relax. Met an Italian / Moroccan guy at the hostel who taught Ing and I a lot about Islam as we had many questions. Found out a lot bout the burqa and what woman do/don't do an the main things of their religion. Really interesting! Went out for dinner and ate ...
... a lunar month. The purpose of this fasting is to assist in the teaching of self discipline, self restraint and generosity. It also serves as a reminder of the suffering of the poor, many who do not have the opportunity to eat as well as others.
In high volume tourist areas cafes, restaurants and supermarkets are open for business as usual, some even serving alcohol. However, in the smaller town or less touristy places many shops close in the late ...
Arrived in Tangier, Thursday, May 7. Tangier, is on the northern tip of Morocco where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meet, forming the Gibraltar Strait. Gibraltar, still an English territory can be seen across the strait. Tangier was founded in 5 bc by the Carthaginians and through the centuries has been under the rule of many different powers. Today, Tangier is a thriving modern city, but within the walls of the old city life continues as it has for centuries. In 1777, ...
... 1957). Their political system is a constitutional monarchy (just like the UK) except that the monarch (king) has more say than the PM. They have a population of 33 million with the majority of people of Berber or Arabic descent. It actually is cool to hear these Indian looking people speaking French! Pascale had a field day haggling with them.
Needless to say, the day ended too quickly and it was back on the ferry and bus to head back to Malaga.
... so if you walk up maybe about 20 minutes or so you can have a patch all to yourself. I think we would have preferred a beach with calmer waters maybe, although at times it was also quite windy while we were there and I am sure that did not help. There is also another beach, Paradise Beach about a one hour walk away (you can catch a taxi there and back - or even take a horse drawn cart) and that was certainly a lot nicer and ended up walking ...