Movenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata
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... to people watch from. Didn't have the camera. Scooters with families on, three wheelers with neighbourhoods on. Tractor units, taxis, Ferrari, Maserati, BMW all tooting, jostling and jammed in together. Not one crash.
7th October - Tuesday.
We have decided that if we cant buy insurance today, we will pack up and head off anyway, and see if we can get it somewhere further along the way. We want to get going, but we don't like it here either.
We have ...
... American customs, such as 'do all married women have affairs.'
On our walk in the Meknes medina, we were fascinated by the fact that men do most of the sewing and, more amazingly, do some unique embroidery type work along seams and borders of Jabador, the hooded robes men wear and caftan for women. According to our ...
... a small tourist group that came up and the girls were wearing tank tops and cut off shorts.
After leaving the cliff, we headed to the Kasbah. Our first stop was a little outdoor shop to have a cup of mint tea. It was a nice day out and sitting under the large trees was very relaxing. As we drank our tea there were several cats that were resident cats that would walk around us and enjoy the sunny areas. They were friendly and made for some ...
... then twenty minutes later it's a beautiful sunny day. Always windy though.
It stopped raining around 12:15 so I head down to the port. Got my voucher exchanged for a real ticket, including an open-ended return ticket. There were a bunch of other people from the hostel also on that boat, which was cool. They weren't going to stay in Tangier today though; they were going to head to the train station and get a train further down into Morocco, I think ...
... Santiago kept working there, they had made a lot of business since the boy started working at the shop they even had to hire two more employes. Now it would only take him six more months.
Santiago has now worked at the shop for 11 months . He had earned enough money to buy 120 sheep, a return ticket back to Andalusia and a license to import products from Africa
into his own country. The ...