El Morabitine Hotel
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... medina, easily identifiable by the stalls of tapestries, leather bags and other handicrafts just to the inside hungrily waiting for the arrival of tourists!
... a buoy and tangled his propeller. Reluctantly we decided to move on without him, advising Peter that we thought it was too dangerous to attempt entering the small harbor and that we would continue up the coast. He said he would get some fuel then catch us up.
So slowly but surely we moved up the coast in the fog, but getting closer to the Canaries and a repair for the headsail.
... enjoy a couple of my favorite Moroccan specialties one last time. The first thing that I was hungry for, (or thirsty depending on how you look at it, but based on the consistency of the drink I would say hungry) was an avocado and orange shake. I had found this a surprisingly refreshing snack many a times before in Morocco, so I thought it would be well in order to have it one last time before I depart. I walked down the main street of El Jadida looking ...
... on a daily basis (for the last 5 weeks), I have such a huge guard around me that I plow through everything with my head down and my teeth gritted. It's a soul-deteriorating space to be. Moreso because it's not the kind of person I am and not the kind of person I want to be. But 9/10 times when I let that guard down, someone tries to take advantage of me.
Ramadan doesn't make it easier. No one's eating, myself ...
the first week of camp is done it was so much fun we had 30 kids around13 and 14 they were from a 'european school'which is a type of private school that focuses on languages and kind of teaches for like an international educationso their english was really good. i taught english classes this weeek it was so fun and a lot easier then i expected because i am not used to teaching classes but you just do activities and games with the kids that ...