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Enthusiasm for blog writing is dwindling but I will keep going so at least I can look back and remember things when I am senile.
We spent the past month in Morocco and it is was pretty awesome. Everywhere we went was so different so we never got bored, the food was awesome and as much as I would love to say all the locals were friendly, they weren't, but there were some nice ones and it all adds to the experience. ...
The way down from Rabat all the way to Safi was not uneventful.. We encountered a head-on collision in the middle of the road then a guy in a small bus in front blew a tyre. We almost crashed into the back! We stopped to help but he was Ok and had all the tools necessary. During the whole time there was lots of thunder out to sea. I later found out that the canary islands had ...
... to Safi to see this incredibly delightful and hopeful boy. After we left the coffee house Ahmed tried again to get me to buy him alcohol. I refused so he asked if I'd buy him a sandwich, to which I agreed. At the restaurant he ordered four meat skewers, salad and bread, supposedly for the both of us, even though I repeatedly said I was not hungry. As the food arrived a visibly drunk man entered the restaurant and came ...
After bother of us spending yesterday in bed sick (a suspect bottle of water) we had a lot to do before our flight out in the afternoon. One highlight of yesterday is that we found a nice cafe with a great view over the square. We spent the morning finding the right Fes pottery bowl, there were a few designs we liked the other day and after looking at them all decided on another. Then it was a handbag for Jenelle, how many does one women need? A ...
Last night said good bye to those that were continuing the tour to Essaouira as we were staying in Marrakesh for a few extra days. We considered a day trip there but for the 6 hours of travel it wasn't worth it. So after switching rooms for a balcony overlooking the square of Djemaa El Fna we headed back in to the medina, not to ...