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... appears to speak English here and it has Arabic subtitles.
Ian goes to investigate the bus station whilst man at the back falls off his chair in his sleep. Man with phone and cigarettes finds this highly amusing and laughs out loud. Now awake, man at the back sticks his hand down his trousers. I look away...I'm not sure if he is just adjusting himself or doing something more sinister, best to ignore it. Hurry up back Ian! Ian returns and it is starting to get light. He ...
... full of knowledges, and you will discover a lot of cities full of new things to learn."
As for me, I planned to stay one month in Morocco. I wanted to tour the country and improve my Arabic.
But, perhaps I was going to get deported first?
I accidentally wandered into the prince's private neighborhood, in the mountains surrounding the town of Ifrane. The neighborhood was perched on the opposite ...
... knew I had overdone it. The rest of the day proved just that. When we arrived at Midelt, I was already exhausted but glad to see Mibladen and Midelt which brought me in mind of Calabor and where mum and dad came from. I sensed a sad feeling of nostalgia during the couple of hours we spent there but felt very grateful to have had this chance to see my father's home town. Suddenly, it was time to ...
... the the evening to take the camels out to the camp site in the desert because of the heat. Camels make some interesting noises.... Some of them, when disconnected from the camel in front of them, as we went out to the campsite, would sit down and/or make dinosaur noises when forced to link back up with the other camels. Camels aren't as bumpy as you would think as you walk, but they do make your hip flexors hurt because they are so wide. ...
... but the wine was enjoyable. In the morning, we ate breakfast along the main street. It was one of the finest breakfasts we had in the country and was described by the vendor as 'Berber pizza' -- it was a thin flatbread similar to a pita filled with spices and diced onions. It was tasty! The bus from Errachidia ...
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