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... camel-trek back to the village of Merzouga. On
our way you won’t fail to appreciate the unique beauty of the
spectacular Erg Chebbi dunes – changing with the light as the day
progresses. Arriving late morning back in Merzouga and after shower in
the hotel , we’ll leave for Rissani – once Sijilmassa – the foundation
of the Alaouite dynasty, the current ruling family. With most of the
... Lauren and I shared glances, silently agreeing to bail and run if it looked like we had been sold out by our driver and were about to be kidnapped. At least that's what my glance meant. Lauren's look probably meant that she was thinking I had nice hair or something. Turns out I was over-reacting; our driver flagged down another taxi and negotiated a part payment and sent us on our way. My hair was nice though, so I guess 1 point to Lauren.
Mumbai airport looks like ...
... to pray or listen to the imam. We also discovered that during special occasions the roof is actually able to be opened electronically, allowing natural light to pour through during services. Upon hearing this a fellow classmate and myself literally stared at the ceiling for several minutes trying to comprehend how this architecture was even possible.
An interesting aspect to observe as a Catholic is how ...
... line wasn't correct. Luckily, he's a bright young man and it only took him a couple of days to work out the teasing and to start dishing it out.
He took everyone to task on our behalf whenever they needed it. It was so funny to watch him get out of the car, and go off to argue with someone about why we couldn't park there, or why the driver was blocking the road, or why the restaurant didn't ...
... time to sleep. It was about six hours to Tangier so I settled down against the window and tried to stay awake but failed miserably. I did see some of the small tours and villages go by however and they were fascinating – this was a truly different country to the others I’d been in. Going through Asilah I saw the beach for the first time and then the train began to follow the coast which was also quite beautiful. Reaching Tangier only a few people got off and the centre seemed to ...