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... fall in line with a similar opinion about the conflict. As an American I am always asked here "How would Americans feel if their country was being bombed and fired at?" I even remotely know the answer to that because the only thing that has happened in my lifetime that is similar was 9/11. I know that then I felt scared but I don't think I felt a desire for revenge....then again I was only 11. Personally, I don't believe it is my place as an American who is ...
... aside and simply watched the proceedings but at least they weren’t getting in the way I guess. Can’t wait to build bridges and sand mat for km’s when the times get really tough!!!
In between all these comings and goings, several passengers got to go off and visit Casablanca. Tim and I had already spent about a week in total there last time we’d visited so spent our time with those that remained in the Marjane carpark. ...
... in for a while.
I walked to London Luton airport, checked in, and then saw a group of people drinking in the bar - I asked, and yes, they were my truckmates. We flew to Gibraltar, where Cade was waiting to walk us over into Spain and onto our truck. We drove to the campsite & camped.
Benny (driver) & Cade (guide) - both Aussies
Len - Belgian
Niamh, Gilianl, Rob - Irish
Tina, Archie, ...
... free man)
· Thre dialects
· Arabic language
· Other Moroccan languages
· Morocco was colonized from 1912-1956 (*****ia was from 1830-1962 to give a reference of how late they were)
... told me about the "muharabet oumia". This free public school, whose name meant "to fight illiteracy", taught adults how to read and write. I could join it, my driver said. I imagined myself being taught Arabic, in a classroom beside shepherds and peasant women. It sounded like the perfect fit for me.
In a small town, I sought out and found a muharabet oumia. But, I received bad news. The school wasn't operating ...