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OK, so admittedly the closest we got to any kif was the occasional "non merci" in the direction of a far from enthusiastic drug pusher who, in truth probably would have been equally shocked and unprepared had we responded more positively.
For me personally, this being my second time here, walking through the tiny pastel blue medina was …
... 8216;Pan de Molde’, and a selection of ‘Vertmont Maple Syrup’ (product of Canada). Foreign grocery stores are the best part of travel.
The next day we rose with the sun at eight in the morning and headed for the train station, where we caught a train for Granada. I have commented elsewhere in this blog about the disparity between the rail system in the US and those elsewhere. The Spanish rail system is not making me change my mind: ...
... long they'd been dating, or her role in the household. One thing I've noticed before but always find so comforting is that, no matter which city I visit in whichever country, you find that life is lived relatively the same. People marry and have kids, and strive to provide for their families, either working in an office or working the fields, and all they want in life is for their children to be happy and have chances that they didn't have. It is comforting to know ...
... There is no ´maybe´ to this last observation: it inevitably, invariably and undeniably always happens. I´ve been offered the best hashish in the world for the best prize in town. About 50 times. Brother.
Anyway, as opposed to my usual ending of the post on a location-related story I´d like to take a second to zoom out and take a look at my bigger travelling picture. As of posting this I have exactly 3 weeks ...
... but a little while later drives back.
A herdsman, tending to his sheep along the side can’t contain his frustration. “Moroccans!” he snorts, “The sign reads 'road closed’—but nobody wants to believe it… they’ve all got to try and find out for themselves! This country is never going to change!”
As I continue on, I think about this, wondering what this might tell about Moroccan culture. Moroccans ...
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