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... nation (60% of population are Berber, and 40% are Arab), it is actually exceptionally colourful and diverse. Faces on the streets range from African black, through all shades of brown, to very light. The variety is even more astonishing when it comes to the way people dress. Side by side on the streets of Tangier, there are women dressed in black niqabs and bare-shouldered skirt-wearing women. Between these two not-so-common extremes, you can see all ...
... been to Africa!! It's also pleasing to be able to say that we stood on two separate continents (Europe and Africa) on the same day.
For me, Tangiers was like Fiji in a lot of ways - the nice coast line with beaches, the markets, the street hagglers wanting to sell you goods, the shops (see photos). In fact, with the narrow streets and alleys that are prevalent in the area that we passed through, it was like running a gauntlet because we were ...
... from those guys. Score!
We were so pooped from our lunch outing that for dinner we ended up making an avocado, tomato and cheese baguette and eating it on our hostel's terrace. We were treated to the beautiful views of clothes drying on rooftop lines and satellite dishes. Despite my sarcasm in that last sentence it was actually kind of ...
I cannot describe how amazing this day was. Because of today, this has officially become my favorite weekend trip of my viaje so far.
Today, we dragged ourselves out of bed at 6am to make it to the 7am bus from Cadiz to the port town of Tarifa. We ran over to the ferry station to buy tickets to enter Tangier, Morocco!
The ferry ride was supposed to last 35 minutes—as it is advertised—but definitely took about an hour. When we arrived ...
... that, so far, Asilah has not fully felt like a tranquil respite for anyone in the house. (I apologize to anyone and everyone who, justifiably, feels the need to roll their eyes, but this whole blog is self-indulgent, so I hope you’re not surprised.)
That all said, I think this is why
1. We don’t know what we are doing with our lives.
2. This whole thing is ending.
3. We ...