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Let's talk for a minute about the sounds of the orphanage. My first few days there, the bathing room was just a cacophony. I couldn't really make out anything in particular, even when someone was trying to get my attention. Now it all sounds familiar and I can pick out a few of the more important noises. For example:
Jamal's laugh - A very distinctive laugh, and quite contagious. However, while in the bathing room, one's first reaction to this sound should be ...
... are guest now, the house is open and family and friends will come daily to welcome to visit in the last 3 days. There have probably been 25 people coming daily. All day and into the night they are bringing food, good tidings, and more food. Yesterday we also visited the Mohammedia "boardwalk" at night. It's about a 10 minute walk to get there and we took all the kids. We got the kids cotton candy. Hasanah hated Cotton candy ...
... going to sound like a big hypocrite cuz I really liked the movie. It was hilarious, but not in an I'm laughing so hard I'm clutching my side kind of way. Plus, who doesn't know real life functionally crazy folks that are reminiscent of the characters in the movie. I know a few of them. We were served a vegetarian meal, as requested. (Rice, paneer and peas, okra) it was an Indian dish. There were multiple salads ...
... choice of route. The highway has a row of eucalyptus trees all along it, unlike the sun scorched country road! Anyways, it’s good to see I’ll be able to walk in the shade a while. And then I see the last thing I’d expect to see in these parts: a museum! ….what?! Casablanca doesn’t have a museum… and Sidi Bouknadel does?? It looks like just somebody’s house turned into a museum—and I know I should go check it out, even if ...
... before doing this hike, and there is supposed to be a tiny village on the way that should count as a “new town discovered”: Mansouria. To reach there I’ve got to head back up to the coastal highway across a long, treeless stretch, hoping I haven’t missed the side road to the southeast that crosses the freeway to Mansouria. Back on the highway, I spot an ancient mosque what looks like an old fort… can’t explore it unfortunately, ...