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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 …
... early in the morning to make us a delicious breakfast, despite the fact that they are fasting and can't even drink water while spending their day in the hot kitchen. As soon as they're done cooking breakfast, they move on to preparing lunch. While we're all gone at our work assignments, they make our beds, wash our towels, sweep the floors, clean the bathrooms (one of which is in use by five men), and just work to keep this whole house beautiful. After lunch, they start ...
... recently braved a long journey across the Atlantic, through Europe, down to Africa, then spent a whole week travelling in Eastern Morocco, patiently biding their time in a messy crumbling pile in a large Ziploc bag and waiting for my ravenous return. Still tasted great. Although I wisely took it easier than usual, limiting myself to just 8 or 9 in that first go (I picked up the pace as the day went on, though).
Anyway, life soon went back to ...
... to rent an apartment rather than a stay in a hotel, so they can cook for themselves… Luckily there are still collective taxis headed for Tetouan where I should have better luck finding a place to stay the night.
…And so I’ve done it. I hiked from Akchour to the Mediterranean in 1 day… in the blistering summer heat. That was quite a ...
... that would be against the spirit of the Parkbench Tour. Even though I don’t have any new towns to visit, there will be, I’m sure some cool spots to do a video clip playing the guitar and inspiring places to pause and play music.
Soon I’m off along the trail up the left valley towards where there’s supposed to be a waterfall. Fortunately this is a real trail, not just a toe hold on the side of the cliff, so it looks like my ...
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