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... by children or children themselves, thus no school. The illiteracy rate here in the country is apparently quite high, as much as 80 to 90 percent in outlying areas. In many places women have to carry water to the homes, and we saw many stooped over carrying huge sacks of crops such as wheat. Some are fortunate enough to own a mule or two and these are their form of transport. Even in the cities you often see a man on a cart being pulled by a mule with ...
... but been then one can't get the true picture. There is a large long area full of fresh seafood that you can go to to choose your dinner. There is also a greenhouse where they grow seasonal vegetables and also new plants for the garden. They will pack up a picnic and take you off somewhere private. There is also surfing, kayaking and golf, but I think a day around the pool for us ...
After spending my first (ever! i think) night in a proper hostel, I
made my way to Morocco, where I decided to go a few weeks early to
catch my brother and his girl friend. Barely slept at the Madrid
hostel, even though it was quite comfy. It felt strange being alone
again. What social beings we are! Or well, I am anyhow. It was so easy
to get used to company, even though I enjoyed the alone time prior.
Arrived in Marrakech and from there it ...
... opens up and it starts pouring down with rain. We also hear some thunder in the distance. Quite a pleasant change actually!
After a short while we decide to head off to Essaouira and back on the long country road...
I hear several canarian radio stations (calima, SER, faycan..) but as we head further down the clouds clear up and i cant ...
... the world. "It is written in the Kuran," he explained.
The next conversation attempt started with the topic of girls. When I told him that I preffer men over women he was yet again puzzled. "You have BIG problem", he announced. I smiled and told him that I did not think that I had a problem, and that I am very happy with my life the way it is.
"But in the afterlife you will suffer", he warned me. I told him that I did not believe in the afterlife or ...