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... Morocco is firmly established and the Berber people here can be traced back, way back, say to the Great Berber Revolt of 739. For a significant part of history the Moroccan’s inhabited Spain and Portugal and took their Muslim art, culture and religion far into what is now Europe. But that all changed pretty significantly around the 1300’s when Spain and Portugal threw them out. Ah-hem.
Back in Maroc, the same ruling party has been in ...
... getting a plain bread roll, chances are that it's full of sugar, or chocolate. I wonder what the Spanish dental is like? I spent about half an hour trying to find something to eat which wasn't bread, meat, cheese, or chocolate, eventually settling for plain brown rice that I could cook in our hostels microwave. Paul bought chocolate pastries - of course! We then sat in the lobby of the hostel which is really nice by the way and ate our breakfasts. I had some ...
... the body of the man and laid it on the step of his house. He said to the wealthy man, "Brother, you have as much responsibility for the internment of this man as I do. Surely between the two of us, we must see him buried." The wealthy man agreed to help. John was now in full swing. He was focussed on his work. His hospital was growing and he was working many hours with little or no help. He would turn away no one from his ...
... Paul chose French which I'm sure will come in handy one day just not today! We left this office with a mad dash to the bus stop where people were already boarding the bus.
The buses that run the regular routes around the city are not much bigger than a mini bus, and even then you wonder how they manage to fit down most of the streets. It's not at all surprising many of them have huge scrapes along their sides. Somehow about 30 of us were crammed into the bus with ...
... Alahambra (where we will go tomorrow). We stayed here for a little while before heading back down and back to the apartment to bed.
Saturday 1st September
Woke at a reasonable time today although felt pretty under the weather still thanks to my sore throat (which now included a sore ear and sore head). But still, I got up, showered, dressed and had some cereal because we had to be up ...