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And today we would go to Africa! This was a first for both Logan and I and we were very excited. We drove down to Tarifa, which was a very cool town in Spain. They are known for the amount of wind that goes through the area which has the entire area covered in wind turbines and draws a very large group of wind surfers and kite …
... and Morocco imports all of its petrol, diesel,etc. The people mainly speak Arabic with French as a second language and English as a third (for some of them). There are two classes of people in Morocco. The rich live in large multi-story mansions and the poor in single story brick houses. Moroccan cities (Fes, Marrakech and Rabat) were built as walled cities between 0 AD and 1400 AD. As they have grown they have extended beyond the city walls and the wall ...
... usually about two or three people wide. Cats freely roaming everywhere. Chickens roaming but not chased by cats. Sunday was market day, and many women had spread out their produce in the streets. Saw a 700 year old Banyan tree and the tax office behind it. Hameed spent a lot of time talking on the phone but also greeting people on the street. They returned the favour. Leaving the markets of the medina, we were taken to an antiques and rug ...
... in Morocco, even a train ride can contain a little bit of excitement. After wandering the overbooked train in search of seats we eventually found our way to a crowded luggage compartment in which we claimed some spots on the floor and commenced to playing cards. We weren’t there for very long before I found another such compartment that all of the other passengers seemed to have left abandoned because it lacked any light. ...
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