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... I look at a map. I'm pretty sure that we will be further away from Marrakech when we get to Lyon than we were in Malta. We can see the Alps from the plane window. There is snow on some of the higher peaks. Issy says that it is just the sun reflecting off the rocks. I stick with my snow theory.
We have a five hour wait in Lyon. I wonder whether we should spend some of this time buying alcohol. I remember Kostas, our guide in Santorini, telling us that he and his ...
... is the place where one bows down in a prayer. The Koutoubia Mosque was completed under the reign of the Almohad dynasty Caliph Yaqub al-Mansur (1184-1199) and was used as model for the Giralda of Seville then for the Hassan Tower of Rabat. The name is derived from the Arabic al-Koutoubiyyin for librarian, since it used to be surrounded by sellers of manuscripts. Koutoubia Mosque, is often referred to in literature as the “bookseller’s mosque” and ...
... the keg stand “changed his life”. I am glad that he learned something while over in America.
When we were done with our tea we were ushered to the "other building", which really was ...
... it as much as anyone can own a stone building which has stood there for centuries and would continue to live there long after I am dead and buried!) (happy thought!)
This trip was about making our mark on the house and making it not just a building but a sanctuary full of delights and suprises.
I have often mused (as a psychotherapist) about why it gives me such pleasure to renovate buildings and create new spaces-Is it to gain approval of others ...
... they were, we quickly viewed the lye pool, the pigeon **** section and the area for drying. Insistent that we pay him for his time, there was a moment of fear for our lives when we stayed firm and walked away without a Durham. Now we just needed to find our way home. Interestingly enough, as we walked we noticed two guys holding hands, one on bike, and the other on foot. It was odd to see this kind of affection between men in Morocco but happy to see that it ...