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... windows and also heavy wooden shutters to keep the light out.
Somehow one day when Gabriella was playing around with the shutters she managed to somehow pull one of them off their hinge dropping it onto the GLASS table outside our window.
Somehow and I have no idea how it managed to do no damage to the GLASS table so we were really thankful about that.
... who called his wife to be sure he gave us the correct info, the decorative edge work is called sfifa, there are 2 different kinds of edges, the Gouza and the Khanjar. I tried to Wiki and google for more info on this and was unsuccessful.
....At 4 pm, we arrived in Tangier's main station. We already spotted the ...
... another overlook that claimed to be a historic site. We looked this area up afterwards and still don't know what the historical significance was. This was a cliff that over looked the ocean and it was very full of younger people. Several of them said hello to me in French. I'm still not sure if they said it because Morocco has such a large French influence or if they just figured I was from France. But the attention was quickly diverted from Logan and I when ...
... here, and it turns out that there isn't an 11 am ferry in the winter (now), and the next one was at 1! So I was not going to get very much time in Morocco, and it was expensive - 63 euro roundtrip just for the ferry ride but I figured, it was better to do it and not always wish I had.
Since I had a bit of time to kill between around 10 and 1, I walked around the town for a bit - made it inside St. Mateo Church which is a decent sized Spanish ...
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We drove out of the port and hit the road to head for Assilah. We ...