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... any list of most beautiful cities, but it definitely has a certain unique charm and interesting vibe. The contrasts in the city are astonishing. The seaside boulevard is lined by luxury supermodern high-rise buildings that look over the enormous sandy city beach. Moving inland, past the numerous construction sites promising even more such towers in the near future, you come to the ville nouvelle, the central part of Tangier built in the colonial period to accommodate ...
We planned a month in Morocco which turned out to be more than enough, since we had visited Morocco before. It is difficult to recapture fond memories when you see special places a second time. Sometimes, it is better not to try. So we didn't see Fez again and we didn't go camel trekking in the golden dunes with the Berbers again, both highly recommended activities. After our full agendas while ...
... they did what they wanted and didn't pay much attention to any of the people around them.
We finished our tea and made our way toward the buildings in the Kasbah. We hardly got in when a gentleman sitting near a door told us we were going the wrong way. He started to give us directions and then said he would just show us. Little did we know this would turn into a guided tour. While it initially was a little annoying that he wouldn't leave us alone, it ...
... 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,
... were in Arabic and French. As we drove south, the sky got bluer and bluer and the temperature got warmer and warmer.......we left Tangiers in thick fleeces and arrived in T-shirts!