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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... have few customers that new exactly what they needed and were capable of doing it themselves.
A day or so later JP was keen to install. It was a hot day in the sun. Everything went well and too plan. Between us we had the necessary tools to get the circuit made and installation. I was more of the apprentice helping where I could or was allowed. Unfortunately JP’s soldering iron got cooked in the process.
JP kindly ...
... stay at home in the cold with no one visiting them, when that can be here in the sunshine and have lots of interesting people to talk to - makes sense to me. When we were leaving he said "Oh why don't you stay just one more day" – Lovely.
We have become very familiar with the souk and are getting much better at negotiating better prices. We are also enjoying eating out, something we did not enjoy ...
... look the same, a bit grubby and wishing for clean clothes (I know I am)
There will be a few entries I will be posting as one, bit longer, with more photos,
I hope they don’t bore you and you take the time to read them and look at the photos, it’s the best I can do at the moment and I don’t know if it will get any better or worse as the trip goes on
There will be times that there just won’t be an entry until I do get online, please bear with ...
... br> me: and u are from morocco?
he says he is from agadir.
now this method is the normal method of starting a conversation, though what was strange here is that no moroccan in his right mind would go to a beach in the heat of the day; for sure not 20 km of his home, and especially NEVER ever alone. So i know he is after money and play hard to get. He doesnt give up, knows obviously all the german soccer clubs by name and finally gives out his line.
he: U ...
... although that superhike will eventually merge with the Casablanca Superhike.
But over the last few months I’ve started thinking that this should be my normal way of discovering this world, rather than the exception. I did another Superhike in Egypt as well as in a neighboring country. I found it very fulfilling to reach that 100 km mark and knowing that I had made significant effort in exploring certain discovery-packed regions. ...