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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 …
... active, but its also a way to really get in touch with gender roles here. I was one of two girls playing on the beach, and while the boys ran around in shorts, I was in a long sleeve shirt and long pants. There's a sense of modesty that stems from the religion that can be overwhelming.
I found dolphin teeth as I went to rise off my shoes at the end of the game.
My sweat mixed with the ocean water to make absolutely everything about me salty. In arabic, ...
... the dozen words I know in Arabic. Thursday I started my volunteer placement at AMSAT, a center for people with Down Syndrome. It has been difficult for me to communicate with the residents, even the ones who speak French, because they are not able to form words very clearly. With my poorly-tuned ear I have a lot of trouble. Fortunately I just help out as an assistant to the staff there so I don't have too much responsibility for ...
... price one of our directors said we should pay.
6. Apart from the city itself, the program seems amazing. First day, so who knows... But the work itself sounds really cool.
7. It took less than 24 hours for me to decide I wanted to keep a blog after being indecisive for months. There are just too many people who deserve the payoff of helping me get here through photos.. I will post a few.
More to come!
... FAST, to the international terminal and find Air France where they tell me that they can't find me in the computer, and in fact, they only do direct to Paris from LAX or stop at JFK. Well, I was flying to San Francisco so this was a problem. Come to find out, we are in the wrong terminal AGAIN. So this time we run to the next terminal with around 40 minutes until my flight and low and behold I can finally check in. At that point I had tears swimming in my eyes ...
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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.