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... been to Africa!! It's also pleasing to be able to say that we stood on two separate continents (Europe and Africa) on the same day.
For me, Tangiers was like Fiji in a lot of ways - the nice coast line with beaches, the markets, the street hagglers wanting to sell you goods, the shops (see photos). In fact, with the narrow streets and alleys that are prevalent in the area that we passed through, it was like running a gauntlet because we were ...
... before getting off in Morocco. It was even a much shorter trip only being an hour. We spent most of the ferry ride outside on the deck watching Spain get further away and Morocco getting closer. But you could still see both places at all times.
Once we got off the ship, we followed the crowd, got our passports checked again and were on our way. This way the point when I started to get a little stressed. This was a lot of different things thrown at ...
... just to load them into the bus). Oh well, you win some - and I lost out today. After all, it was our last bus trip in Morocco. It was always at the back of our minds that the bags may not have been there at the end of our journey. It was a 3 hour (110 kms) bus trip to Tangier with lots of stops for locals to embark-disembark. There were ample opportunities for a bag or 2 to disappear enroute). Fortunately, our bags arrived safely. The 'protection money' paid ...
... that, so far, Asilah has not fully felt like a tranquil respite for anyone in the house. (I apologize to anyone and everyone who, justifiably, feels the need to roll their eyes, but this whole blog is self-indulgent, so I hope you’re not surprised.)
That all said, I think this is why
1. We don’t know what we are doing with our lives.
2. This whole thing is ending.
3. We ...
After waking in Tangier, Santiago cleaned some crystals for food. When he finished his meal he was asked by the merchant If he wanted to work. Santiago answered I will work for 24 hours and then you will give me enough money to get to Egypt . In reply the merchant said "even if you Cleaned my Crystals for an entire year . . . even if you earned good commission selling every piece, you would still have to borrow money."