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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... van, Badar (a student we met from Hope for Salé) rode a majority of the way with us to Chefchaouen. We had one pit stop where we walked around the market that sold everything and anything and to grab a quick drink before heading off to Chefchaouen. It was here in this town that I learned that education (including university) is completely free in Morocco, and I guess I understood then why the English abilities of these students were phenomenal. Badar, like most of the other ...
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Alors voici quelques images de la petite vie tranquille (et un tant soit peu « normale ») de Rabat, dite « la blanche », que me rappelle mon ami Alexandre. Quelques monuments historiques, pas tellement cependant. Mais j'ai pas tout vu encore, et surtout pas montré le charme de sa kasbah et de sa médina, ni leurs richesses non plus. À suivre.
Pour tout de suite, mon environnement immédiat : ...
... s still strange to wake up in North Africa ...
My family, and many families here (at least in the medina where all SIT students live), watch MTV and other American shows all the time. I watched the music video for Beyoncé's Drunk in Love with a 90 year old Moroccan woman, my mother (45), my sister (20), and my two brothers (17,18). It didn't seem awkward or strange to them.
Morocco is the only country in the Arab world ruled by a dynasty that predates World War I (the current king Mohammed VI belongs to the Alaouite dynasty, which started ruling Morocco in 1666), and also the only Arab country not conquered by Ottoman Turkey back in the 15-16th centuries. This makes Morocco unique in having a continuous tradition of nationhood among Arab countries. Morocco's past glories also included two empires based in ...