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NOTE: I began this entry several days ago as we were leaving Rabat, but due to WiFi problems plus the incredible amount of things we do everyday, this is my first chance to complete and post this entry. Enjoy!
This being my first Road Scholar Tour, I did not quite know what to expect. Doug and I had already become "travel by tour" converts back in 2013 with our first Rick Steves' tour of Paris. After that trip we concluded that ...
... some from earlier in the morning) outside of the Kasbah of Rabat. Our group was broken off into smaller groups, and we got to walk around with two students we hadn't previously talked to. What I liked about this time was that these students were so willing to talk about their culture with us, which is something I'm not accustomed to experiencing. After the two hour walk, we all met back at my host family's house to meet a Peace Corps volunteer to describe what he does and what ...
Sitting at the train station 1am Tuesday morning. Tara and I so tired! Late start to day. We were like people ate walking back to hostel with Carrefour bags so there must be one close by. Indulged in olive baguett, cheese, fruits and yoghurt. So yum. Kind of just hung around medina all day walking up and down it checking stuff out. Met Nabil about 6 and while sitting in front ...
... to last evening of what has been an amazing time.
Not everyone in my group is rushing out of Morocco, and even the ones who say they are have chosen to travel around for a bit, revisit loved cities, say a more languorous goodbye. Still, I’m finding myself distracted by the thought that people are 'over it,' ready to start their new lives in new cities.
Now, I’m old enough to recognize it isn’t personal, that it’s easier to start looking ...
... says we were sitting at a coffee shop not far from our home-stays. In my memory, it was somewhere else entirely, but I can't figure out where.
Rachel is a friend from SIT. She goes to school in New York, she is an amazing photojournalist, and she has a tendency to unknowingly say the most hilariously sincere things about Morocco that summarize others' perhaps more verbose observations. In other words, all it ...