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... the coast.
But still, it was strange to imagine that this renowned battle had occurred on the very spot we were sailing over a couple of centuries ago. The water was totally still, for a start; once again we had next to no wind. We were also thrilled to get our first sight of Africa, although all we could make out from that distance was the ...
We set off to visit Tangier Morocco. It was kind of fun to say "I went to Africa today." I had been told and read not to judge Morocco by Tangier but went with an open mind. Tangier has been the eyesore of Morocco for many years but in 2011 the King decided to reinvest in Tangier. The port and the city is getting completely redone and should be finished in three years looking all new and refreshed. We had a ...
... because he had no idea how to turn himself into wind. On the third day of the deal the boy took the chief and the real alchemist on top of a mountain. And it took some time for him to talk to the dessert, next he talked to the wind, then he talked to the sun, and lastly he decided to pray. Suddenly he did it and he turned himself into wind! After that the boy and the ...
... boy if he would work for him. He had not had a single costumer in days but seeing that when Santiago was in his shop and costumers had come, he decided that was a good omen. Santiago told him that he could work all day and night, but then he would need money for a camel to get to Egypt. The man told him that was not possible- He would have to travel the Sahara ...
... and show he I had enough money. He agreed, but the boss of club wants to say something, but I couldn't understand it clearly. I had a good friend everything will be fine.
What a shame for ...