Patio de la Luna
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... full to bursting. Something you see on the movies.
There was little instruction or signs. We knew that there are gophers who will run and do everything for you for about €3, however we were not approached. The port authorities moved the campers to one side and dealt with the cars first. Many or the cars had to unload everything – it looked all very hectic but surprisingly there was little or no noise ...
... the Medina more. Mohamed had his daughter Jasmine show me around later in the evening with her good friend Sarah and I really enjoyed the conversation we had and how helpful they were. Jasmine also plays the guitar very well and has a gifted voice.
I also met a man named Mohamed Yassine. Mohamed owns a shop where my apartment was
and he was a great man to meet. When looking in his shop he invited me to ...
... food for dinner, go to the mosque to pray or if they were in some sort of service industry that required them to work. This made the day a little more pleasant as we didn't have groups of people swarming us to be our guide. Today we could instead spend wondering around town on our own.
We started out walking toward the old sultan's palace. The palace looked very impressive from the outside. All of the gates were guarded so we didn't go in, and since ...
... who resides in the desert, an alchemist who is supposedly 200 years old and has found the philosophers stone and the elixir of life.
Santiago joins the caravan group and tells the Englishman about working for the crystal merchant. The Englishman is rude at first and tells him that Urim and Thummin are just cheap crystals. Santiago retorts that a king gave them to him and that the Englishman does ...
... passport stamped on the boat and receive what they call a CIN number (ID number). The passport guy was obviously running out of ink because the CIN number was so faint as to be virtually indecipherable.