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Travel Blogs from Tangier
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. …
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.
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 …
More to come
... I spent EUR60 on essential oils that I think were just diesel by the smell, got ripped off with some plates but it was worth it for the banter and haggling which was much fun (Mark was cringing)
I took a ride on a Camel for 2 euros, it was an angry one and slammed me down at the end, at least it didn't spit at me.
We were back in Marbella for 8pm, well worth it, Mark is now looking at property there.