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So the servers ALWAYS come by with a pepper grinder when you receive your food. I had some pepper on my delicious tomato carpaccio dish, but you know how a little piece will catch in your throat? I coughed my fool head off, so no more pepper for me. Saw a show in the Lounge; a comedienne and juggler. He was very funny and talented. Amazingly he has a Masters in Math and taught at UCLA. Watched two Exec Chefs do a demo today. Very funny and entertaining. The sea isn't ...
... to go to the mecca, unfortunately he has to give up his dream due to run the crystal. And merchant persuaded to give up the dream and stay at here, you can enjoy your life, but i refused him
One morning I get the enough money and i by some sheep, I continue my way ...
... beaten up dunger, which we are not sure is even road worthy and certainly would not get a warrant in New Zealand (but the driver reminds Kevin to do up his seat belt!) finally gets us to the port. We hurry in but relax a little once we see the board shows several more ferries that evening. We are in plenty of time to catch the next one leaving at 7pm. Phew! Now just change the remaining cash in to euros. No. All money changers are closed. Can ...
... about 2:00 AM, when it was unanimously decided that a little nap wouldn’t impede plane sleep. That turned out to be an even better decision than we realized because, had we not gotten at least a little bit of sleep, I think one of us probably would have snapped at the airport the next morning. Because their machine for taking credit cards wasn’t working, we had to run around the Rabat-Sale airport for twenty minutes (and wait at an empty kiosk for another thirty) in ...
... buying. There were kids on the street selling tiny turtles (yes, alive), there were people on the street selling the usual belts, bags and everything else fake (except here this is normal shopping, not blackmarket guy shopping), there was music blaring with people selling 'beat' headphones, leather everywhere in forms of bags and the traditional pointy toed slippers, jewellery shops galore, boys selling seeds and spices from ...
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