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Tangier. What seemed like the longest 24 hours of our lives (bear in mind I flew aus-uk 16 months ago...so it's not present in my mind and therefore doesn't count!) but yes. We begun on a coach from Malaga - Algercias (3 1/2 hrs) then to follow a local bus or 45 mins down to Tarifa. A quick stop for some breakky. Then a 1 1/2 wait for a ferry. During this time I change from my Ibiza Singlet and shorts to hippie pants and a capped sleeve tee shirt. Hop on a ferry for what ...
... inside. It was so yummy and I couldn't help to just swallow them all! The owner served me another plate of soup after I finished mine, he is like a dad, keep feeding :P Two of his young boys were sitting next to me, and was looking at me eating the whole time. I was trying to communicate, but I failed. The owner didn't ask me for any money, and he told me it's a treat from the family and a way to welcome me to Tangier! How nice! So ...
... organised by Michelle; MAD700 - AUD$93 for the day) had come to the hotel to pick us up this morning for our tour of the surrounding Tangier region which included Assilah. We were leaving the Kasbah car park at the top of the hill when Michelle (also on her way out and directly in front of us) stopped her car abruptly. She had a flat tyre. Fortunately for her, we noticed her stopping as we happened to be behind ...
... and that Anissa, my roommate of 3 years, would laugh and say something along the lines of “if only you knew!” but it was sweet all the same.
So, after hearing that, how can I justifiably stay here in this now empty room and recount minuscule details of my week when Rachel is waiting for me with an 8th season episode?
*Sigh* I just can’t.
Love and all good things,
... the garden as a memorial to Jacques Marjorelle. It is now the most amazing selection of Cacti and plants, as well as a Berber Museum. One of the glorious features of the garden is the colour blue or Marjorelle Blue as it is called, and there is lots of it! Everything is painted blue with white and dark yellow used as feature colours.
Next stop on our day of exploration was the Medina where we met our guide. Getting a guide to show you a place can ...