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... Grant nods to Jules to indicate a note. She removes the 5 Euro note and offers it. He now smiles but also indicates he would like the change too. ‘No we say’ a little amuse by now and offering one hand or the other. He takes the note. We shake on it and we are on the bike with his approving gesture to the guards. The gate opens inviting us to join the tangle of Tangiers traffic.
Harhoura seems to be the beach escape for ...
... the right questions and make the observations that make people feel not my words, but the story and person they seek to describe.
Details, details, details. It's in the numbers and colors and smells and fingerprints on napkins. It's about making people live through and with another set of eyes.
My heart is heavy today, but its heavy with words - I just need to figure out which ones to put where.
... to say French is the spoken language here. Its kind of fun to see how much French we remember from school. The simple things come fairly quickly but when they begin to engage in conversation...that is when it gets confusing. Can pick up a few words here and there but I figured out by letting them know I could speak only, 'un petit francais' they would be patient. Mind you, their english wasn't necessary easy to understand either. ...
... the exterior wall of this ancient city. The highway looks a bit boring, so I opt to veer off through some residential neighborhoods, eventually making my way to the coast, which consists of rugged cliffs and enormous boulders that have broken off and fallen into the water.
It’s a bit hot for walking in the sun, and I’m about to head back in search of a shadier side street, when I reach a little peninsula the juts out into the sea. I talk myself ...
... or two… schools… pretty much your strandard, recently built two storey lower middle class houses. I can’t quite decide though if this is a "country town" or a "distant suburb of Rabat"…
Not a spectacular discovery, but it does feel good to know that I pushed myself "beyond the call of duty" (?) to make this a full day of exploration… So I catch the local bus back to Skhirat… back on the train… and on back ...