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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... white costume was worn by both Jews and Muslims. This style of dress almost disappeared, but is used by some today to promote pride if their area. On the other hand, some think wearing it is a sign of ignorance.
The djellaba was originally a man's dress, but as women began to go out from their homes in the cities, they appropriated this costume. We learned that traditionally, women of high status never left their ...
... ne peuvent jamais tenir en trois mots... Bref, j'ai interviewé des staff de santé marocains pour donner des recommandations au Ministère de la santé marocain sur comment faire une campagne de sensibilisation plus ciblée sur les défis et les opportunités que vivent les staff dans leur pratique. Donc des recommandations pratiques et des recommandations pour des politiques de soins. Vous aimez ça? Je continue...
Ben non, j'arrête là. Et ...
... The trough was not plumbed so the waste water drops into a bucket and was used to flush the toilets. We suspected that these were rarely cleaned and when they were it was superficial.
Despite all this we enjoyed our stay in Harhoura. The campground was in easy walking distance to nice cafes and great local eating places where you could get an excellent tagine for just a few dollars.
We are definitely not in Kansas anymore Toto and we are so ...
... a bag to carry stuff I use every day, rather than lug around my usual day bag
I’m still learning everyones names, but they seem a decent bunch
We are off to Casablanca, not sure for how long, but it’s in a campsite, so everyone can do bit of washing, have a shower and catch up on the internet, I am hoping we will get a chance to have a look around, before we go off for these ...
... and Will trucked to Casablanca on Saturday to do work, the four girls laid in one double bed and requested that Adam make smoothies and put water on for pasta. I wasn't sure if Jess and I understood the gender difference accurately or if we were just trying to cover up laziness, but then I walked outside this morning to go to the medina for the first time in a week, and instantly heard a parade ...