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Travel Blogs from Rabat
... juice man is juicing oranges, but my water bottle is still sitting on the counter. Soon enough, we find out why. He's juicing the oranges into the aforementioned disgusting glass and then pouring the glass into the bottle. Kelly and I started exchanging glances at that, but it was too late to say anything. The damage was done, the bottle was tainted. I told her we were still going to drink it. She asked if we could pray first. I told her we could. So it went on like ...
... and then demanded money for her free work. I had no money and when she finally believed me she offered to take my gold charm bracelet instead. Huh! Is all I can say. I scraped as much off as I could and then scrubbed my hand with everything I could find as soon as I could. It was ugly stuff and I just didn't want it anyway. Mostly you can't notice it. Everyone was laughing at how p.....d off I was for letting her get ...
... in one just opposite the Medina. Rabat is not a big tourist destination and we may have been blocked out by travelers with official government business.
We had an early start next morning with a taxi ride to the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania to look for information on crossing the border. We were still not committed to the country given the lack of information on public transport across the border from Morocco. What we hoped for was to chat with a ...
... visit this town in the Atlas Mountains. I kissed her bulging cheeks good-bye.
For now, I'd be going to Michigan. I was ready for a break from traveling. I was ready to get my photos developed and share them with friends and family, and tell them of all the fun and adventure.
until the next trip,
Much thanks to Ben, Marjorie, & Marion; and Gerardo for giving me places to stay!
... got its origin, I believed, from property taxes imposed by governments. "Having freedom taken away (by taxation, government rule, etc.) makes people selfish. Democracy and monetary trade cause selfishness." - J.Breen philosophy (2006)
If people needed no money to live, harvest food, makes clothes, etc. they'd be more relaxed about their state of well-being. They'd be more generous.
In Morocco, ...