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... With that in mind, I got to ride a CAMEL in AFRICA. After everyone got to ride, we made our way to the Medina (old town) of Asilah and met three university students. We had a nice conversation about dating, marriage, divorce, etc. and were able to see the first of many hospitable people we encountered in Morocco. From there we headed over to Rabat, the capital, where we met our host families. I stayed in a house with Rachel and Ariana, a student from Stetson. Our host mother's name ...
... 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 that. This morning, we did all of the hard work, and were rewarded with the privilege of watching these strangers come in and start playing with our kids. We legitimately had nothing to do; I didn't get to push a single wheelchair today. I did however get to walk with Ali while his new volunteer was pushing him because he wanted to be holding my hand. Gigi has been claiming that he's an affectionate guy, but this was the first time I've seen it. It was really sweet. I think it ...
... much crime which is clearly getting worse and worse in this part of the country, I’m just not really in the mood for pushing my luck right now. But I’m going to give it a shot anyway, be on alert, and see how things go. So I hop on a train and get of at the Sale station and head straight up the main drag towards Kenitra where the road goes under what was once the exterior wall of this ancient city. The highway looks a bit boring, so I opt to veer off ...
... It is a priceless experience to be able to land on your feet and walk with confidence in a totally new city. Sometimes, we would try and follow directions given by the hotel and look for a bus stop, but the GPS blue ball would show that we were less than 500m from our destination, so we would just walk.
A minor downside to this GPS dependence is illustrated by what happened as our bus approached Rabat. Instead of crossing a bridge into the old town, the bus went ...