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... plane so it didn't refreeze, like it did the first time.... While it was -1 on the ground, I could see it was forecast to be 6 degrees at 3000'.
Talking of forecasts, I was really keen to try and do a mighty big leg today, but there were (of course) westerlies forecast for the trip, but southerlies on the ground. So I hoped that if I remained about 500-800' above the ground I could ...
... teacher, and my German 'mother' worked in her family's umbrella and leather goods store in downtown Hamburg--Schirm Eggers--which had been in the family for several generations.
It was indeed fortunate for me that everyone in the family knew enough English that ...
... go to the right and the driver to the left, so it was there that we parted company with many smiles and thank-yous and handshakes. Then we watched his truck inch away from us into the distance.
What I remember most was the vastness of the landscape. There were gentle rolling hills surrounding us, but they were huge and spare of vegetation. For those of you familiar with the landscape north and west of Walla Walla, ...
... us to the cities of Fes, Marrakech and Casablanca with intermediary field trips to Cherfchaouen, Quezzane, Mouley Idriss, Erfoud and Quarzazate. (I hope I learn to pronounce these names.) We even spend one night in tents among the dunes of Merzouga after a 4-wheel drive excursion to visit an NGO in the desert village of Hassi Labied. But the most exciting event promises to be a camel ride to the top of the dunes to ...
... means we were part of a group pf 24 who traveled by bus together and stayed in the same hotel together all of which was pre-arranged by Rick Steves' Travel Company. It also defined our timeline as we spent two nights in each destination which translated into a day and a half for sightseeing per location. What we did with that time was up to us.
For most of the smaller layovers such as Varenna on Lake Como, the Cinque Terre, or the village ...