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... you. Let me go ask my manager since I'm just a worker bee here and can't make the decisions." Sure enough, he wrapped it up and we were off. When I asked Logan if we got a good price he said we probably got ripped off a little bit but to get it any lower we would have had to look through another hours worth of rugs and we didn't really care to do that.
So I had my scarf and a couple of other things and it was time to leave the market area and go see ...
... It was a very different experience from last weekend, when it was the last stop on our nightmare trip home and we were confounded by taxi drivers who only spoke Spanish. It's much more prevalent than French up north, so we were often communicating with my limited Darija and Kendall's nonexistent Spanish. But in the centre-ville, we found marvelous French cafés and terraces overlooking the ocean, and enjoyed Tangier's quasi-European feel. ...
... Tarifa, so why not take the chance and go now?
After, Santiago met an Englishman, one who was studying alchemy, and who was
also looking for his personal legend. He was not looking for a treasure
but his dream was to search for the universal language. They were lucky
enough, there was a caravan going to Al-Fayoum in Egypt where they were
both wishing to go.
I take the boat to Tangier today. The language they speak there are different with my hometown. I meet a young boy that can understand my language, he said he can take me to Egypt, but at first i need to have enough money pay for it. He said he will take me to there, but at the final i find that he is ...
... of Tangier that used to be a fortress. I had never heard of it, but I guess there is a famous song called "Rock the Casbah." We walked in through the keyhole entrance and the tour just took us around the area. Throughout our whole tour we passed through a few markets that sold things like fresh veggies and fruits, and raw butchered meat. Surprisingly, the meat didn't smell one bit. They didn't even have fridges anywhere in Morocco (there were ...
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