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... though our Arabic is a little weak, we could discern was no insignificant amount. Almost 11 PM, the box seems to hold more candles than a circus VW can hold clowns, and folks start drifting toward the grilled meat, now ready. Somehow this is not our idea of a picnic and we drift toward the door. Nobody welcomed us on arrival, nobody greets us on departure. Behind us, as an excited voice is haranguing the dwindling few to buy another holy candle, we slip out the ...
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We got dropped off in Casablanca and not the port so we could walk through a medina, which offered beautiful products for sale, but by this stage we were not really interested and just made our way back to the ship and to a late lunch. We did not use the dirham you gave us Crystal, as we did not purchase any small items.
Weather :-(( Visited the train station to see how I would go transporting the bike to Fes. This is what happened: Train arrived. 2 minute riot. Doors closed. Train departed. Went to the bus terminal and bought a ticket. Also went to bike shop to ask them to save me a bike box for the return trip. The owner said his next shipment wouldn't arrive until May. No bike boxes, so we had coffee instead. Bought a shirt from the shopping ...
... what he was doing. He found what he was looking for and turned back to me holding out three mandarins in cupped hands. I was amazed. I said, "Shukran jezelan" (Translation: Thank you very much) Before long there was a cup of water he had poured from a 1.5 litre plastic bottle. Bread, fruit, water: Instant picnic. We didn't share a common language but I found out his name was Mustafu He was from north of Rabat and was travelling with his mother. Before long, Mustafu ...
... in, non-Muslims are charged a fee, and just soaked in the brisk breeze while sitting on the edge of the giant plaza that surrounds the mosque.
We returned in time to freshen up before meeting our Intrepid tour leader and fellow travellers. After the obligatory and awkward introductions our guide, Aziz, delivered the general plan and gave us some tips. First thoughts were mixed. We suspected, and later confirmed, that we were the youngest members of the 15 people on ...