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After an early breakfast at the local café (at about a third of the cost of breakfast in the hotel) with good coffee, it was time to catch the train to Rabat. From the train there are glimpses of the outskirts of Fez, comprising some very upmarket housing but in the main desperately poor looking slum areas of unfinished low rise apartment blocks …
... is a sweet life.
At the same time, there seems to be a shared guilt and nostalgia that pervades the apartment. I think it comes from the recognition of our fleeting time in Morocco, but also of our fleeting time together. Or perhaps it comes from the fear that we won't do all the creative things we said we would do when we first got to Morocco, but also a joy in laying in bed ...
*Photos to be added,they've piled up over the past week! But they're worth the wait! Check back soon!*
Today was peer edit for our first pitches. For those of you who don't know (which included me until yesterday), a pitch is the punch line. It's the two paragraph email you send to an editor that gives them the rundown of your story idea. In essence, you have ten seconds to catch their attention with a feasible yet compelling story proposal. It makes me sit ...
The plane ride from Chicago to Paris was beautiful.
The roads beneath me divided the windy city below into quadrants as the sun set on the edge of the horizon. The roar of the turbine outside my window lulled me into a nostalgia. A few plastic plates later and the clouds began to glow from their bellies. As we dropped beneath them, the winding, orange glowing streets of Pari danced across the ground. ...
... the living room, talking and watching videos on youtube. The time passed way too fast, and soon it was time for him to leave, too. That may have been the hardest goodbye I've said so far. I don't know if it's because he was my last real friend here or if it's because he had become something of a surrogate big brother to me. Either way, I really didn't want to see him go. I was far more upset than I ever expected to be and it was not the most fun I've had since I've ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bouregreg Rabat
All hotels in Rabat are expensive
This very downmarket and old place is expensive for what you get
But the room is clean
Breakfast is adequate
About 15 minutes walk from the railway station
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.