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... very helpful, and offered us an immediate 25% discount on a private tour for tomorrow. Tui ad. We declined and thought that it would be time for a coffee and walk home. We’d probably covered 3-4kms so far.
Walked into the first cafe on the way back, flash place, wait staff in shirt and ties.
We stick out like dogs balls.
It took some time to get some service, and no-one smiles, and if they make eye contact they quickly look away. Couldn't wait ...
June 9, 2014
Meknes to Tangier by train (85 dirham each)
3 hours per the schedule (ours delayed 1.5hrs)
Stay: Ibis Hotel - 400 Dh (few hundred meters from train station, very convenient)
... market was great, the people were nice and the food was fantastic. Lesson learned for the day was that the more I could cover the better I would blend in and there seemed to be quite a division between men and women in the country that I would have to get used to while being there.
Today was Friday which meant it was prayer day. This was good for us as the streets were much quieter than the day before. The only reason people were out were ...
... have a lot going on and I'm determined not to miss anything while I'm here. In the background of all these events the weather's been consistently beautiful, my Darija is progressing really quickly (I had a conversation in Asilah all in Darija!), and I've been savoring all the silly moments with my host family. There's so many little things that I'm going to miss and a fair number of things I still want to do… I'm not gone yet Morocco! Nine more ...
In these pages they have a good conversation about how the English man should pay more attention to the cavern and the boy should read the books. The boy read the book but he didn't understand them. One recurring idea is that there is a universal language and there is a stone that the English man is after it is called the philosophers stone. ...