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... to people watch from. Didn't have the camera. Scooters with families on, three wheelers with neighbourhoods on. Tractor units, taxis, Ferrari, Maserati, BMW all tooting, jostling and jammed in together. Not one crash.
7th October - Tuesday.
We have decided that if we cant buy insurance today, we will pack up and head off anyway, and see if we can get it somewhere further along the way. We want to get going, but we don't like it here either.
We have ...
... 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.
... each-other and Dave managed to hoist our packs onto the rack above us. Both of us were surprised they fit on the narrow ledge. Gradually, all but one or two seats in the car were filled.
When the train rolled into Al Amir station, the one closest to our Ibis Hotel, a big crowd was waiting to board. If we had gone here to get on, we would not have gotten seats together. The advice from the hotel was ...
... food for dinner, go to the mosque to pray or if they were in some sort of service industry that required them to work. This made the day a little more pleasant as we didn't have groups of people swarming us to be our guide. Today we could instead spend wondering around town on our own.
We started out walking toward the old sultan's palace. The palace looked very impressive from the outside. All of the gates were guarded so we didn't go in, and since ...
... have a lot going on and I'm determined not to miss anything while I'm here. In the background of all these events the weather's been consistently beautiful, my Darija is progressing really quickly (I had a conversation in Asilah all in Darija!), and I've been savoring all the silly moments with my host family. There's so many little things that I'm going to miss and a fair number of things I still want to do… I'm not gone yet Morocco! Nine more ...