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... fully of passengers, and being told by my host mother every day that she is looking for a nice, Muslim man for me to marry. I try to take things as they come, which is not easy, and I'll be expecting a mental breakdown soon, but so far Rabat has gone above and beyond in making me fall in love with the city. This weekend I will be going to the city of Chefchouen (the 2nd biggest exporter of hash in the world, fun fact), Tetouen, and Cueta (which is a Spanish city ...
... to each cheek as she greeted each volunteer. About twenty minutes later, she ran out of the room, hand over mouth, while making some pretty awful noises. While I have gagged at some of the diapers, my reaction has yet to be quite that violent, so I think there was something else going on. Besides, we couldn't see her underwear today, and then meant she was completely out character. The kids were also being particularly fussy. At one point, I was trying to put a pair of shoes on ...
... however that the government has not employed the hundreds of thousands of unemployed Rabat residents to finish these projects.
In class last week, we talked about global warming--something some of my students had not heard of. Rabat is dirty. Marrakech is dirtier. Casablanca is dirtiest. It is something that my American-education psyche cannot grasp. We learn at a young that littering and pollution are wrong and that we have a human responsibility to our ...
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It was nice to finally be in a city where we were ignored as opposed to being harassed as walking dollar signs. The city has a cool European feel to it and we would have liked to stay longer.
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... and just enjoy the walk, without having to profile everyone I pass. It’s not long before I pass Sidi Bouknadel and continue on… until my country road comes to an end at a new neighbourhood/future beach town is being built down by the coast.
Actually once I reach the highway, I almost regret my choice of route. The highway has a row of eucalyptus trees all along it, unlike the sun scorched country road! Anyways, it’s good to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Majestic Rabat
It was hard to get towels, no elevator, only wifi in the lounge area and it was not strong (if someone was webcaming, everyone else lost their internet).
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