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On the way to Rabat we visited the ancient ruins at Chellah, otherwise known as Sala Colonia.
Chellah is a necropolis complex of the ancient Romans who inhabited the area circa 40 AD and also a medieval ruins of a Muslim mosque and royal tombs. The site is thought to have been originally a colony of Phoenician and Carthaginian exploraltion as …
Rabat is located at the mouth of the river Bu Regreg, opposite another city, Sale. These two cities were trading posts of the Phoenicians and Carthaginians more than 2500 years ago, until the Romans colonized it. Over time, various Berber tribes fought over and claimed these twin places; they built a fortified medina (on Rabat side), and used its …
... bit better. She said she'd never left Morocco. She was a regular at Yakuts, and the bandmembers - "her friends" - had taught her to dance.
I realized with reluctance that it would be wise if I looked for my kiss elsewhere. Why?
1. She had plenty of friends already.
2. She was highly sought after.
3. She loved dancing alone.
4. The communication between us ...
... sheets, seated on his door-step. In this city where strangers never greeted one another, he greeted me ever-so-happily. "Bonjour. Bonne voyage!"
I returned to my medina and my house. I was ready to take part in one of my favorite activities here. I went to sit on my landlord Ishem's rooftop terrace. I watched the ocean waves striking the pier below me, relaxed, and enjoyed the sun.
... we returned three days later to pick them up we discovered it was a public holiday....in the Ivory Coast that is. In fact even the Moroccan staff didn’t seem to be told and had turned up to work. A quick phone call however and the Ambassador arranged for us to get access to the embassy and then arrived to supervise the delivery of visas himself. Overall a bureaucratic and long winded process but made ever more bearable by the graciousness ...