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... various grilled meats or fish), couscous or tajine. Luckily, there are many subgroups to these three ubiquitous menu items. Especially tajines can be quite diverse. Tajine is a clay pot with a conical top in which products are placed and then very slowly (usually at least an hour) cooked above the charcoal. Prepared well, tajine is excellent, at worst – it is OK, so it is a pretty safe bet. In smaller towns, there will be usually only one tajine option ...
... as well but we had to stop him as this was in a public place!!
Here are some interesting things we saw/picked up in Tangiers. Along that part of the Mediterranean coast, you can see 2 continents (yes where would you see this??) - both Africa and Europe. Actually there is another place in the world where you would see this and that is in Turkey (Europe/Asia).
There is also a lookout point where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean ...
... station. Apparently on her first day in Morocco she had decided to wander around the Medina. This led to her getting lost in a bad part of town where a man had snuck up behind her, strangled her until she passed out and stolen her hand bag. To her great relief that was all the man had done and he had missed her hidden money belt which she had been wearing under her shirt containing her passport and credit ...
... bus, which looked official enough.
Trusting him was the best decision we could have made. He was nice, funny, and incredibly smart. He spoke at least five languages—Arabic, English, Spanish, German, and French, from what we could tell. He and the bus driver, Mohammed, welcomed us to Tangier once we settled down on the bus and the guided tour began.
We first started off with a drive through downtown Tangier. It’s quite modern and ...
... br> Oddly enough, my only comfort in all this has been a continued effort to accept what I already know; everything is always ending, nobody knows how it will, and no one knows what they’re doing anyway.
More soon about what I’m actually doing to fill my time. I promise it is not just navel-gazing. But I can’t promise it’s any less age-appropriate.
All my love,