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... older age people. Men wear a long coat that reaches to their calves with a hood, often the hood is up. Women wear a similar garment, but also with their heads covered. In the Atlas Mountains the women's outer garment is black with bright coloured embroidery on it. Women can often be seen quietly embroidering, predominantly a cross stitch in different colours. The medinas are a world unto themselves. This year in Victoria Chris and I went to an ...
We packed up and left Kasbah Tamadot today heading towards Oualidia. This is where we will spend our final 2 nights in Morocco. The idea being to have a couple of days relaxing in the sun. Rachel chose this specially for us, it's in a private area and is supposed to be beautiful. Ok, I admit it, it's superb. La sultana is by the sea and so beautiful. I'll let the photos speak ...
... tour and ensures we come back to his cave for a tea; he then unfolds his stash of photos and newspaper articles that review their cave experiences with Mustaffa. he then insists on massaging us, what was an innocent attenpt to embrace morrocan culture is slightly being exagerated. we make a hasty exit out of his cave unfortunately despensing of all our change that amounts to about a pound! note to self no more cave tours.
The second day while in Qualidia, we went to a place called Surfland to find an instructor to teach us how to surf. I was sick the first day, but the next day I took a lesson and tried to surf. After a couple waves, I got really good and started to high-five my Dad when I was on the waves. I also could lay down on the surfboard and try other tricks. I wanted bigger waves even though ...
... for sex. He thought it was quite alright that he should have his
needs covered by prostitutes (or willing foreigners), while he would
however only marry a virgin. He has a sister that lives in Italy and
keeps inviting him. Yet he does not want to go, not even for a visit
and would like all Moroccans living abroad to come back as he fears for
the drain of his beloved culture. I cant quite wrap my head around this
concept of a young guy being so ...