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The absence of a happy little dog wagging his tail when Marlene arrived home obviously hurt, but she kept her grief to herself. Tara was there no longer. Chléo's unending, sorrowful meowing on our first evening back home however touched both of us. Chléo, the cat, hadn't appeared too close to Tara until then.
Apparently she hadn't left Tara's side when Tara withdrew in a corner of the garden during ...
"All good things come to an end."
as Jean de La Fontaine wrote in "The fox and the gnat."
"In everything one must consider the end"
Yes .. unfortunately the last day of our adventure in the Moroccan desert had arrived! A magnificent journey awaited us crossing the Atlas mountains on our way back to Agadir.
"Agadir, in Berber language "fortified granary", was founded in 1505 by the Portuguese. Totally destroyed by an earthquake in 1960, the city has been rebuilt with mandatory seismic standards. It is now the largest seaside resort in Morocco, known for its unusually mild year-round climate. The population is estimated to be in the region of 600'000 inhabitants."
Through a supreme effort of will I made it out to a restaurant where I gorged on half a Sprite, one triangle of stale bread and 5 mouthfuls of Moroccan soup before returning to bed, exhausted and nauseous, where I entertained myself by lying painfully awake and worrying myself even sicker about the 5 hour taxi and bus journey to Marrakech I had planned for the following day.
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Dreamt of all the ...
... and we leave him in peace. What a great person, again! I'm not sure a man in England or south Africa for that matter would close his business for half a day, drive around town and buy breakfast for a couple of strangers just because he like bikes?! He said it was because he's not a terrorist with a wink and a huge guffaw! I think I need a hall of fame for all the brilliant people I've met so far! Opinion of Moroccans and Arabs changed ...