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... t speak English so we communicated using a mixture of French, sign language and a lot of interpretation. Also similar to most Moroccans, Mohammad cheered up a lot after he broke fast. He promptly assigned Dorothy the affectionate name of "fatima" and started referring to her as such. Later Dorothy asked him to give me a Moroccan name too. I suggested Mohammad, which was flatly refused with a "you, , no Mohammad" (womp womp). After some thought, I was christened Ibrahim. ...
... nice though they all were!
Mark was leading us and my dromo with his cute little white ears was following in second place. Meandering along, it suddenly struck me how suited these beasts are to their environment and what a strange shape they are. I was intently watching Mark's dromo - its front feet were large, round and flat underneath, but soft and flexible as if made of plasticine. As its foot touched the soft sand, its ...
... the guide if it's possible to go up with them but just wait outside while they see the inside, the place requiring payment. The man tells me not to worry as he seems to understand I am short for cash. After our visit to the site, we go to a grab a bite in a nearby restaurant. I take one look at the menu and get quiet. I don't have enough money for anything on this menu. A set price of 80, 90 or 100 dirham is displayed and I feel sick. I ask the waiter if there is anything else that is less ...
... stars in the last few days. That is a lot of wishes that need to come true. The following morning I was up at 6 to watch the sunrise over Algeria. I was sitting on a blanket on a dune and i was joined by a man who wandered out of the sand dunes. He sat with me while we watched the sunrise, and after about 5 minutes he went in for the grope. It was rather funny. He did give me an extra ammonite (as payment?) so it was a win win. While we were watching the ...
... beautiful nature, cool air at (very) high altitudes and very friendly people. It did make for very slow transport all the time so I spent more than a week in buses; trains are almost non-existent. It is probably because of the Andes mountains that people feel attracted to the continent, despite the safety issues. Great opportunities for hiking, climbing active volcanos and doing extreme sports lay everywhere. South America is the place to get ...
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