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- Continental Breakfast
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... table in front of him. I wasn't sure I would want to use him and made a mental note not to eat anything too hard just in case.
We made our way to the Medina which dated back to the 11th century and is a World Heritage Site. The souks or markets sell just about anything and you can wander for hours. Young men try to help you find your way but obviously at a price. Bikes and motorcycles sweep down the narrow streets at a tremendous speed so you needed to keep you wits ...
... To me the reason I would most like to be a PADI dive instructor is because it would give me the opportunity to introduce new people to this fascinating, fulfilling and fantastic sport. To be able to see the joy on their faces as they not only conquer new skills in the eerie calm of another world but also to introduce them to the marine life that I love with a passion and hopefully they will share the enthusiasm I have to preserve what lives below ...
... by two very persuasive and entrepreneurial henna women. In less than 30 seconds we were met, invited, said no, hands tied and sat in the middle of the medina with a syringe full of henna being applied to our limbs. 30 seconds later our wallets took a hit and we left with our wallets lighter, in a fit of giggles, adorned in henna and glitter, feeling ridiculous and couldn't believe we had been outsmarted! They were ...
... pop-up websites. After enough time spent weaving and bobbing our way through the masses we soon decided, just like we had during our first visit nearly 9 years ago, that drinks high above the action at a café on the square was the perfect place to take in the action from a safe and serpent-free distance. And take pictures without being accosted by every teenage dirtbag presenting himself as some sort of photo police, generally deep undercover in a tattered ...
... tea. Mint tea is the national drink of Morocco. They also gave us fans to escape the heat.
After lunch we rode the camels back to the bus. We then went and checked into the hotel. It was called Hotel el Andaous. It was really nice. We had the rest of the day free to do whatever we wanted. A lot of people stayed at the pool to swim but me, Joel, and Alexa went exploring instead. Someone told us about some crazy market with snake charmers, acrobats, and monkeys ...