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... turffed out somewhere that's name shall probably forever remain a mystery. From there I found a shared car going my way (shared taxis here are yellow and have four seats but may fit in at least six passengers. Shared cars are old seven seater Peugeots which may cram in at least nine passengers, but normally stick to seven. Both will generally have cracked windscreens of varying severity). This took me further, but still no immigration offices were in site when I had to get out. ...
... have to light the fire, so that is one small mercy
We went out to find a market, not a hard job in a capital city I hear you say, nope, the markets are few and far between, we did find a fish market, but it would have been a brave person that bought fish from here, the whole place just stank of rotting fish and there was piles of them everywhere,
even a semi sunken boat on ...
... hand, we are off, no need to get everyone on the truck, we are all there, we move about 100 yards, then it’s all off for the truck to be X rayed, sniffed over by the dogs and we can go (hopefully)
Yup on the move now
We pass though a town I thinks, it looks pretty run down and grim, I never had a chance of photos, but really it just wasn’t worth taking photos, it was just a street with a few donkeys and a few block concrete shops
We are ...
... the snowy atlas, we had our first Sahara experiences in eastern Morocco, spend Christmas and New Year at Plage Blanche and walked in the footsteps of Jimmy Hendrix in the amazingly beautiful paradise valley.
while Rupal had two weeks holiday in the UK, Tortheus and I dived into the Moroccan craftsmanship world just to find out that even my patiences was wearing thin with their airy way of thinking and not giving a **** mentality.
my idea ...
The seas were a little calmer last night but as we enjoyed our pre-dinner drinks a lot of people were swaying & it wasn't from the drink!It is always nice to see everyone dressed in their Formal attire, colourful bow ties, sparkling ties, kilts and tartan trews for the men and the ladies in all their fine frocks, some I have to say should have worn them on the first formal evening as the toll of cruise dining was definitely showing. Joking apart there were some very ...