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Well the meal went well, all plates empty and a few even scraped out the pots
Joe said it set the standard high for both the taste and speed we did the meal
Everyone chipped in with the cleaning of the pots and pans (I did have a lot of help from Reto and Sam, who chopped and sliced like crazy, then all the stirring and adding spices and anything else we could find
It was ...
... More to come.
For now, my immediate environment: birds, can’t-miss-sunsets right in my face every evening, week-end beach at 20 minutes by car, coffee shops, food…
As to inform you all, I did find an aluminium foil box with that cutter on the side, offering me (at the very least) domestic normality. I share with you the image of this normality.
Next blog: horn festival versus flowers???
... feeling is awennui. It’s a word I ...
... Am I saying it? What makes this story unique?
It's about pitching something, swinging all you have and following through by running with it. I'm running, but far from home plate, it's about taking off the beaten path.
It's an Amelia Bedilia move; it's a home run, I'll grab the home plate and run into the desert.
The rest of the day, and well into tomorrow, will consist of rewrite and rewordings. Redays.
Our day started with a visit to the Royal Palace. This a huge compound with residences, schools, administration buildings and a mosque and even a golf course. From there we went to chellah necropolis. We saw roman and muslim ruins. There were winding paths lined with flowers. A woman would throw eggs into an eel pond so we could observe them. Our last stop was the king Hassan mausoleum and tower. The tower was used as a call to prayer and the grounds used as a mosque. There were ...