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Got 1st class tix. had compartment to ourselves for awhile--laid down & slept. In Meknes 2 others came in.
Nice driver took us to the Cottages. Difficult to find, but he was very nice.
Got in our cottage, Sylvain showed us around. Went to the pool.
Laid down, not feeling well. A/C not working. Sylvain couldn't get it to work, so we moved to another cottage.
Dinner: chicken & couscous--delish.
... sitting. He double checked again, making sure he understood what I wanted: tea in the teapot, ice in the glasses. Oui. I really think he had no idea what we were doing.
Once the black tea had steeped, I slowly poured it over the ice. Voila! Iced tea. So happy. Of course, we only had enough ice for one glass, but by the time we drank that, the rest of the tea in the pot had cooled down considerably (and so had we), so it all worked out very well. The salads were amazing too.
... was beautiful, but even better was the amazing floral scent coming from the flowering trees. Hunter had a Berber tagine, and I had a chicken tangia. We also had Moroccan pastries and mint tea for dessert. It was all quite delicious with beautiful surroundings.
Tonight is the last night of Ramadan here in Morocco. It is one reason why we are going on our day trip tomorrow (everything will be closed for Eid).
For all my Muslim friends: Eid Mubarak!
... the southern city of Marrakech and the coastal city of Tangier all in a few short days. I still don't know how we managed to fit it all in, but I wouldn't have changed it for the world. It's the type of adventure you only embark on once in your life, and I was happy I got to see so much of Morocco before leaving. I am so glad I got to share Morocco with Valerie, after spending six months working in a country with a culture so different from home. I don't think ...
... family, have basic necessities. Tourists are a huge part of the economy. Nothing in Morocco is free. But as I have found in most 3rd world countries, the people are very welcoming and kind. So as I start off this morning in the direction of the souks, booths were the men sell there goods. I had no idea what I would find, just a general idea of what I was looking for. Then a man who had seen me before in the square pointed me to a place he said I should see. He walked me a ways ...