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... paletas haciendo trabajos de mantenimiento y resultaron ser muy simpaticos (uno hablaba ingles y todo). Con que sigo llevando demasiado peso, decidi dejarles un par de pantalones y una camiseta (lo siento Adrian, tus pantalones Springfield los llevara un chaval marroqui). Despues de eso, me fui a por el tren a Casablanca, donde un chico de CouchSurfing me habia invitado a pasar unos dias.
Esto es todo lo que concierne a mi aventura por la capital marroqui.
... but couldn't get into hotmail to print out my receipt (needed for the physical application) - hotmail wanted a security code as I had never used it in Morroco before. The code had been sent to my other hotmail address, which was also blocked!. Outside we got into a conversation with a local woman who spoke perfect English - she taught it. We returned to the truck, and whilst there met a local man who also spoke perfect English - ...
... anyone except a few intrepid surfers and body boarders. Some of the guys played cricket with some locals while others parked up in the local hotel to use the fee internet. Tim and I parked ourselves front and centre in a local restaurant to watch the world go by and sample the local fare.
Another night of bush camping, this time by the ocean had us in high spirits. There is nothing like being rocked to sleep by the crash of waves on the beach and at least it ...
... no big bills)
o You’re just a student (Amataleba)
o Fake tears
o Give always 1/3 or ¼ of the first price
o Use Arabic then French then spainsh
· Basic Bargaining Arabic Phrases:
o Salamu Alaikoum (peace/afternoon)
o Lebas (how are you)
o Besh-hal Afak (how much)
o Llai Ghali Bezzaf ...
... here, so despite only having
a one fifth share of it, by now it feels very much like home!
(And in case you are wondering, we use the other 6-7 weeks
we don’t use ourselves for home exchanging within Europe, which was a major
reason for buying our share back then)