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... croissants. We sit it out for the next two and a half hours writing our blog and hoping we won't get kicked out. We order another chocolate after an hour as it's getting embarrassing but honestly, how many hot chocolates and croissants can one manage in one morning?
It's just gone nine so we leave the patisserie hoping that the coach office will now be open. It is not. Back to the stone benches. It's warmer now but I'd rather sit in a cafe. We head down to the ...
... handed me over to Lucas and his Moroccan girlfriend, who both laughed and said my trouble hadn't been serious.
I'd been scared, though.
We retrieved my bags. Lucas and his girlfriend Amina were my saviors. Amina even agreed to teach me a Moroccan recipe: chicken tagine. It was ironic that, in this land of hospitality, my first Moroccan meal was going to be cooked by me!
Amina directed me. This laidback girl ...
We drove into the Todra Gorge and were all blown away by its beauty and grandeur. This is where Aziz, our awesome guide, was born and raised. The hotel we arrived at had no roads in, and set amongst the cliffs in the gorge and next to a river. We went for a long hike in the Atlas mountains and had visited some Berber nomads for morning tea. Lunch was with Aziz's family – in the house where his mother, father, 6 married brothers and their wives and ...
... one thing, kufti, or ground beef, that was grilled in little balls kind of like hamburgers. You had to buy the meat by the kilo, and then the two teachers who went on the trip with us went to the souk and got bread, melon, and cherries to have with it. It was pretty good. we decided not to stop for dinner, because we would have to go way out of the waay, and would not get back to school until late. It was a really fun weekend, and i took a GAZILLION ...
... were curious. As a side story, Choyce had read a book called "Does My Head Look Big In This?" and Udo gave the book to the young man as a gift. Wendy still enjoys thinking about this 28 year old muslim man reading about a 16 year old Muslim girl in Australia -- the bathroom gigglefests at school should well entertain him. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking