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We went to the bus station the next morning and was told the bus left at 8.30 and not 8. It was only 45 minutes away and we were glad the bus was actually running. We bought tickets for it and sat on a brick bench until the bus came in and he came running past us beckoning us over. We stood there for a bit but eveytime we tried to put our bags in …
... first, especially because mum had told us to be careful what we ate as a relative of ours ate something in morocco that made him very sick. But breakfast was surprisingly good.To my delight it consisted of freshly squeezed orange juice, a selection of breads (including scones and nann), and home made jam and butter. Nathan had coffee while I had traditional Moroccan tea (made with gunpowder tea steeped in fresh mint leaves and sugar). After breakfast we decided ...
... Berbers (the Free Man) are the indigenous people of North Africa, mainly unified by their language, which has many dialects, as well as their ancestry and history. The Berger language was only recently recognized as an official language of Morocco.
As a result of the French colonization of Morocco, French is also widely spoken, so the modern Moroccan speaks Berber, Arabic and French, and many we met also spoke English and Spanish – ...
... While queueing in front of the ticket office to buy our tickets from Casablanca to Fez we met Jimmy, very nice guy from USA, who was travelling a bit around Morocco. We started talking and since that day we had completely identical plans we decided to spend it together.
With respect to our bags we took a taxi from the train station to the most important touristic attraction, Hassan II Mosque, which is supposed to be the 3rd largest mosque in the world. ...
It was actually raining when we touched down in Casablanca and several bags which were not waterproof ended up on the Tarmac soaking it up. We were a bit late arriving and an hour late leaving on our connecting flight to Ouarzazate where the plane was able to taxi right up to the door of the beautiful little terminal. It was an interminable wait to get through passport control and quite a test of tempers including mine. Exhausted, I walked through with Lois and Al, picked up our bags ...
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