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Another decent sleep although there was music blaring ALL night. Thank god for ear plugs. Wonder how the others fared. Down to breakfast early. Same breakfast, egg, bread roll, croissant and jam. We hopped on the bus - plenty of room for us all. 3 hour drive from Marrakech to Casablanca with a pit stop in the middle. We passed quite a lot of …
... later returns with the original registration papers and holds out his hand.
The official man cannot be bothered doing the walking around jobs so contracts others out who require payment by those who wish to enter the country, namely us. Jules pulls out her wallet and we discuss between ourselves a reasonable amount, having no clue as to what is customary. We offer a handful of loose change, a couple of Euro in total. He shakes his head ...
... price one of our directors said we should pay.
6. Apart from the city itself, the program seems amazing. First day, so who knows... But the work itself sounds really cool.
7. It took less than 24 hours for me to decide I wanted to keep a blog after being indecisive for months. There are just too many people who deserve the payoff of helping me get here through photos.. I will post a few.
More to come!
... the train and then walk several blocks, get on a "lift" and voila .... made it. Fortunately, I had 5 hours to kill. How anyone with only an hour between flights can make it is beyond me.
Anyway, one Royal Air Maroc flight later and I was in Casablanca. My lovely driver, Kareem (no relation to Abdul Jabar) met me and off we went on an hour and a half drive to Rabat, the capital of Morroco since 1912 (and one of the four so called "Imperial Cities with the ...
... of the nurses and one of the kids, so it was a lovely mess to clean.
For all of these reasons, we were delighted to realize that the ten random folks wandering around the orphanage were, in fact, volunteers from Spain. At least at first. It would be great to have extra hands during the first hour we spend at Lalla Maryem. That's when we're scrambling to undress, bathe, redress, and feed. However, these volunteers will be arriving every day just about the time we finish ...