Hotel Amir Plage
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... of the world from the Englishman's alchemy books. He also reads about the master work, which is purifying metals to the point where all that is left is the soul of the world, it has two parts, a liquid part called the elixir of life that cures all sickness and a solid part called the philosophers stone that can turn any metal to gold. The Englishman talks to Santiago about alchemy and is disappointed with ...
As i was sitting in the bar i asked a young man in the bar how to get to the Pyramids and i offers to pay him to serve as a guide.He told me the Sahara desert is dangerous. Suddenly the bar owner stared yelling to the young man in arabic. So i went out with the young man, he told me that the bar owner is a thief.i gave the ...
... a cab ride away and though some of the looks are seemingly less friendly, no one cares that I'm here. And so, I linger. Until you have travelled in a country with this devastating level of poverty or experienced poverty yourself, you have never truly felt what it means to be dehumanized. I am a walking dollar sign. Here (and other places I've travelled) I am seen first by the colour of my skin and second for ...
... obvious very quickly was the number of road signs in English so one can almost go anywhere in Morocco, that we have travelled to date without worrying about getting lost.
We went through several market towns that was the case of wall to wall cars, people
wandering where ever they felt like, buses turning round in the middle of the road, double parked vehicles everywhere, shop merchandise touching our rear vision mirrors on each side ...
... was 3Km down the coast. Without another map wasnt willing to wander down the road to find out. Besides even if the National Park was there, there is nothing to say I would have to walk another 10Km before reaching anything interesting and given it was a round trip, decided against it. Instead spent some time vegging by the beach. Found it interesting to see muslims doing the typical western thing of jogging along the coast. Interesting ...