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... water. Thankfully we did as you will see on tomorrows blog EVERYTHING was shut the next day. Later we went out for dinner at a restaurant that looked the least daunting. Most places - cafes, restaurants, bars- had men in them ( no women ) smoking and drinking coffee. The restaurant we found was really good and we got to experience our first tagine in Morocco. Oliver and nick don't like the hotel because of course there's no restaurant or wifi etc.... Poor things ! ...
... and plonked her back down on the sofa bless her, but she went downstairs then.. We went up to the higher roof terrace, as there's 2 levels, and it was amazing, perfect sun, no sand, no men, no noise, no children, why the hell didn't we do this before!!! When the wind blew the first few times we did flinch a bit thinking there would be a sand storm but to our delight there wasn't! Was nice to still have the breeze, lovely little suntrap. And cos we were so high up no ...
... down and doing some blogging. In the evening I went out again to explore the medina, during which time it is supposed to be most lively. There were tiny shopfronts selling all sorts from food to clothes to CDs to rugs and more. After getting lost in the medina (you have to do it) I found my way out to one of the main areas and boy was it lively. There were people everywhere, having mint tea, cafe o'lait, people chatting, ...
... miss most is just the warmth of Moroccans and the readiness to invite you in and see you as a friend. In American culture, where we really value respecting other's personal space, I feel like there's an awkward period between meeting someone and getting to the point where you feel like you can do things together and invite them over, and become close friends. Here I don't feel that barrier at all, and while some students complain about it, I actually really like it, and ...
... Apparently, there are massive forest fires raging in the north of Spain, which have affectively cut the Iberian peninsula off from the rest of Europe.
We waited in line for almost three hours trying to book a ticket out of Spain. The earliest we could get out of Spain would be in 2 days and we could only get to Paris. That was not going to work for us. We just decided to fly. We found flights for $100 each to Milan and we were off to the airport.
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- Wheelchair accessibility