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I will complete these entries when I'm back in the states in July. I have notes about the travels and later I will expand on them.
The tangerine is actually a satsuma, I brought three of them all the way from Belfast in my hand baggage. Why I brought oranges to Morocco I'm not actually sure, but only one remains. I ate the others in a fit of boredom in the departures hall at Casablanca airport, where I had a three hour wait for my connecting flight to Ibn Batouta in Tangier. …
Off again today on the train to Tangier we left Fes after breakfast in the Riad and got a taxi to the train station. I am happy to be getting out of here, its ok in the day time but the nights are a little scary and Johnny would be impressed with the gangs of youths everywhere. The train was on time and we had to change an hour into the journey and …
... lubing the bolt and allowing it to untighten much too easy. Just to be sure I cleaned off all the grease of both battery poles and tightened the screws again, and voila, problem solved. After that it was a pretty easy ride to Paris, a bit cold though (thank god for heated gloves), and I spend the night at a cheap Formula 1 hotel.
The next day went pretty smooth, I maybe took a little too much breaks, but in the end I did reach Bordeaux without problems. ...