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... less Arabic, but somehow everything worked out, and when we got to the customs gate, she just walked ahead and got me the needed documents which were free…..(if you knew where to go and get ...
... we had been henna-ed we ate in, and were privy to a group of
tourists from Taiwan having some rather rowdy birthday celebrations for one of
the passengers. There staff at the hotel were very much encouraging the
situation dancing with the people and chanting Shisha! Shisha! For dinner I had
chicken kebabs and goats yoghurt for dessert.
After dinner I peeled off the dried black henna to give the
drawing that would remain on my feet, before bed!
... and that's just as sad. The water was clean and a few wee waves out the back. To be honest it was my first time swimming in the ice anon Sunday- but I only popped in to do a wee. LoL Had a great chat to Nabil about the Muslim religion. I said how much I like it but he said the true religion is not what people live, the true religion is the extrmist way of ...
... a 'Mens' Only club only they were too polite to tell me... sigh!
Popular in Northern Morocco, this dried fava bean soup can be garnished with a few fresh favas or just paprika and cumin. Dried, split fava beans are available at Middle Eastern markets and well-stocked international and specialty markets.
2 tablespoons olive oil, 4 cups dried, split fava beans, soaked at least 4 hours and drained,4 cloves garlic, peeled, 1 tablespoon ...
... the Jews back in the fifteenth century, they ended up here. Chefchaouen was like a Jewish refugee camp and it is Jewish tradition to paint your house blue as a reminder that God is above you.....I guess if they had been exiled to Britain, they would have painted their houses grey!
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