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... the countryside. They are also a popular item for sale to tourists, both foreign and Moroccan.
This costume is an example of Middle Atlas mountain dress with the man wearing a turban and the women a fancy lace-like head cover which can be raised to veil her face.
This last costume is known as a Tuareg and is worn in the desert south. Since it is a matriarchal society, men cover their faces and women ...
... almost finished. International public health, what's that ??? Well, it makes the management of health programs for the less developed countries, it's care and health policies, it makes recommendations how to manage crises like disasters, ebola, emergencies. It manages the financing of health systems, it compares health systems, it is responsible for human resources between countries, etc ... And me in there? My strength is in managing the clinical ...
... Casablanca, a sprawling port city of 5 million inhabitants, before noon, and begin our sightseeing with a view of the Royal Palace. The Royal Family has many palaces throughout the country, and none can be entered without an invitation, but tourists are allowed to take photos of the exterior entryways.
Our next stop is the nearby Mohamed V Square. This grand square is surrounded by public buildings created by ...
... and she was one of the nicest ladies I've ever met. What I found interesting about our family is that although we were promised an English speaker in the house, we didn't get one... Her 14 year old daughter knew limited French (I don't know that either) and a few basic English words. A neighbor and family friend who is a professor stopped by to talk to us for about half an hour, then left to go to the embassy (he's a super sharp guy: knows 5 different languages, and it took him only ...
Spent a great day exploring a very hilly city. Caught the tram up and walked back down. I barely got back for the orientation and diner. I am in a large group of 42 (I'm not too impressed with the large number, but it was expected). The majority of the group are from USA,15 Aussies and a few New Zealanders. I met a few nice people at dinner. I have a full day and evening tomorrow. I am enjoying lovely breakfasts including chickenspeck and giant ...