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... going on with the train. A woman that got on at a later stop was pregnant and she got sick. Everyone was very nice and helped her. We were nervous about knowing when it was our stop because you couldn't really hear the announcements but it ended up being pretty easy. We got off at Gare Rabat Ville and as we were climbing the stairs to the exit the creepy man is behind us saying hi again. We booked it towards the bathroom because Janine had to use it. He walked into a store nearby with ...
... outskirts were clusters of shops were rammed together, happening across an antique Berber shop with its toothless owner eager to show us everything he had for sale. We ended up in his attic which was more of an Aladdin's cave bartering over a silver teapot from the Sahara, which we then bought.
After quite an exhausting afternoon of fending of very persistent shop keepers we headed back to the riad to freshen up ...
... was plenty of time. We took it really relaxed, mainly because it was so hot. I think if we had stayed there any longer, we would have taken a train to Fez.
Love my new camera lens. Love the effects the photos have. It must have been the highlight of the trip: going through my photos :) You know me! Zeus, as ever, was so patient waiting for me to take photos of everything, and preventing me from walking out into roads, forgetting items etc. ...
... and to find some food - the area the SPANA refuge is in
isn't a tourist area so all the stalls (nto really stalls but piles of
things - clothes, tagine pots, spices, shoes - laid out on plastic
sheets on the pavement) are for locals, many of whom were out walking
at 9pm with small children, like in Europe. Women in full Burkhas are
just as common as women in western clothes with no headscarves. We
finally decided on supper from a barbecue pit roasting ...
... and biscuits) is served while the boat motors its way back across the lake, towing the raft and the kayaks. At the ramp we unload everything and its time to get out of our wetsuits and back into some dry clothes. There is no changing rooms, so Darryn gives us the option of using the bus or finding a bush (which, by the way, are very sparse). Bryony is less than impressed to find that Gerrard has commandeered ...