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Drove from Tangier to Rabat on Friday, May 8. We join 13 new travelers. Rabat the capital of Morocco, is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River. It seems, every Moroccan city has a Kasbah (fortress) and an old Medina (city) with it's souk (market) and Rabat is no different. The Udayas Kasbah is built at the mouth of the river; inside interesting narrow alleys and a ...
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... break free.
I'll be leaving my computer in Rabat during our excursion as we will have intense travel situations. This will give me the opportunity to write by hand.
My journal pages are calling.
Blank screens can be intimidating, blank pages are inviting.
Stay tuned for stories; I'll be making them.
Remember. Rewrite. Redefine. Relive. Retell.
Things to set you (worried parents of mine and incredibly dedicated friend) at ease:
1. Haven't wanted to cry yet
2. Hotel is super beautiful and safe
3. My temporary roommate is singing and playing ukulele next to me (so it feels home-y, mama).
4. Getting hit on isn't awful if you don't make eye contact (hard for me), and even then it isn't bad.
5. I bought a cellphone and bargained for a group price so it ...
Rabat, the capital city of ppMorocco is at once impressive. Situated on the Atlantic Coast, it has wide tree-lined streets and presents an affluent face to the world. No money has been spared on the shrine to Mohammad V, the king who died in 2005. The Royal Guards, mounted on beautiful horses guard the entrances. Today is Sunday and there are crowds of Moroccans mingling with tourists to view the ...