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We rolled into camp, put the tents up in the dark and sat around the camp fire for a dinner of veggie chilli. Some of us decided to crack open the Captain Morgan’s and the night got pretty messy for a few! I introduced pass the pigs to the gang and then ...
... have enough to do and so took it upon themselves to complain to the program director about the house not being clean enough. One of them who had had a cold for a few days actually had the nerve to say that she was sick because we have roaches, and we have roaches because the house is "so filthy." Let's be clear on something. We see maybe, MAYBE two roaches a week. And this house is just as clean as my apartment at any given time. Would I eat off of the floor? No. Do I feel ...
... our first price by just a bit, we were rejected this time with "You are berber" and a short chuckle. The store's manager also confirmed the rejection. After thanking him and promising our return we walked out. Not thirty steps away, the store's manager came running after us exclaiming, "My friends, come back!" We turned around with him and were sold the rug for our second counter-bargain, a price so low that we were asked not to disclose it. We bargained down more ...
... late 90's (presumably due to fears of a Christian-led exodus away from the teachings of Allah and toward the creamy milk chocolate sacrifice of giant edible rabbits in honour of Jesus' suffering and well known sweet tooth). Nonetheless, even with much smaller tourist numbers than many more popular Moroccan locations, Moulay Idriss still managed to be on the cutting edge of annoying tout technology - the first of whom somehow got us to fall for the whole ...
... out of tune violin and the other oscillating between drum and flute. We sang, we hummed, we clapped, we drummed the table, we laughed... We be jamming!A few vendors came a selling and our Texan friend couldn't resist a bargain and bought himself a couple of ladies summer jebellas. He wore one for the rest of the night and it was an entertaining sight.Later on we moved to a cafe with a pool table and board games. I like the concept of going out to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking