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... but not least was Kasbah of the Udayas. A Kasbah south of Rabat beautifully overlooking the ocean. A real treat. A nice local became our unrequested tour guide. Personally I hate that, but Dick decided to let it go. Although we both had trouble to get rid of him and it wasn't worth the 100 Dhiram he requested. Boy, one can get a hat and t-shirt for that. But we didn't want to quarrel. He had more friends here then we ...
... Because of this, our baby shower was quite extravagant.
I woke the morning of the baby shower ready to PAR-TAY. I ate breakfast as usual in the kitchen but was joined by I don't even know how many family members (or neighbors, friends or random people from the street, you just never know). After breakfast my host cousin, Safa, and I got ready for the party. She painted my nails and picked out my earrings and shoes. It was like freshman homecoming all over again and ...
... and completely naked while we try to clear a spot for them. Their discomfort is compounded by the fact that, in the name of speed, that tub does not cease to be used while they are waiting. We scooch them up to the end farthest from the bucket and they get to hang out there while we wash someone else at the other end. I can't imagine that it's a pleasant experience, being splashed, kicked, and generally bumped around while waiting for someone to cover your private ...
... out of their way to make vegetarian food and 3. Its rude not to eat. Nevertheless, as I lay here at 2am Moroccan time, stuffed from the 5 meals I had today, I'm thinking there is no way I can keep this eating up. After lunch today, I don't think a full 2 hours had gone by before I was met with this "snack". athome a snack is a yogurt or an apple. Well in Morocco, THIS is a ...
... be a little overpriced, just so Sidi Bouknadel can go down in history as the Only Slum Suburb with a Museum that I visited. But foolishly, I continue on my way. I suppose I could stop by here later… The eucalyptus trees continue… soon I’ve got a forest on my left, and a scattering of houses on my right. It seems I’m approaching another town, and I could keep going a bit further. Bit this is the end of the line of the Sidi Bouknadel-Rabat bus, so ...