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... The difference was all of £1 but it was the principal. We were told that it is 5dh per person and our car can actually take 6 people so we have to pay for the empty seats. Those empty seats would have been someone’s lap and the boot as we were in a standard size car. After a lot of arguing our driver finally relented and gave us our change. Tourist 1 – 0 Morocco rip off merchants. ...
... to the bus station. I blame Sarah for starting it, but in all honesty it probably would have happened anyway. Fun fact about Morocco: the national food is couscous. They eat couscous every Friday. At the CCS house, we have couscous for lunch so that people can head out early afternoon for their weekend trips. Moroccans also eat couscous when in mourning, so it seems rather fitting that our last meal as a CCS family is always couscous.
Enough about sad things. Allow ...
... on my bus for Tangier. While we were waiting to leave, an old robed man with a beard got on the bus, stood in front and began to talk loudly in Arabic while pointing his finger at certain people. Everyone on the bus stopped talking, if in not necessarily listening at least stopped their conversation. As the bus got ready to leave, I asked the man next to me (I was the only foreigner on the bus) in my near perfect French what that was about. He replied that the old man was just ...
... opposite direction, having spent a few days out in the Draa Valley, Dades Gorge and Skoura areas Laynni and I had already visited a month earlier. Neither of us knew exactly when the other was leaving, how long their trip would be, where they would arrive in the million-person city of Marrakesh or, most importantly I would say, with no idea when. Therefore it was only natural that I emerged from the bus station bathroom - groggy, grouchy, weak ...
... headless cousins swinging in the breeze.Went back to my favourite place for dinner. I saw an American looking guy just about to leave so I hollered to him and asked him to join me as I ate... Turns out he was a stiff and geeky German type of guy who like to talk about himself and wouldn't look me in the eye much. From the get go he ummed and ahhed about sitting with me "How long will you take?... Oh well I guess I don't have anything better to do." ...
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