Travel Blogs from Rabat
... from the issue itself to profess an opinion one way or the other. I would rather just observe and learn about both sides and have that be it. This is what I told my class today. And, in the most simple and profound thing I have heard from my students thus far one raised their hand and said; "Why must one always choose a side? The choice should just be peace." So cool. Today we are going to a pottery making commune where I'll try not to buy everything I see!
... thrilling but when the sun came out we got to dry everything out especially the damp and quite smelly washing. The Marjane crew were very accommodating as we sat about like squatters except when some of the girls hung underwear from the outside of the truck. Not the done thing, apparently, in this quite conservative Muslim country!!!
So in general the two Rabat sojourns were entirely unexciting in one way but did start to put ...
... Daz, Amanda - Aussies
Vance - Kiwi
Victor, Carr (female), Mary Ann, Jonathan - Canadians
Hayley - South African
Gillie (female), Alyson - Yanks
Mark, Dan, Gareth, Zeb & me - UK
After breakfast we drove to the border & walked into Gibraltar, the British enclave in Spain. I went up the rock, saw some monkeys & had lunch, then back into Spain to the truck, and to the campsite for the night.