Riad Villa Harmonie
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... not kill a tourist - frighten the daylights out of them is OK & good for business. It is the only royal palace open to tourists. It is lovely & has decorations similar the Alhambra palace. There 635 rooms of which we see maybe 12.
We now follow our city guide, Ibrihim to a "Herboristerie Bab (gate) Agnaou" that produce homeopathic remedies. We get a sales pitch, sorry demonstration, of the goods they are prepared to share with us. Argane Oil is high on all the ...
... Sahara). The southwest is close to the Canary Islands. Spanish is also spoken as a language in some of the areas previously colonized by the Spanish.
The Spanish Sahara is called by Morocco the Moroccan Sahara. There is a movement there called Polizaria that is pursuing an independent government, backed by Algeria, to gain access to an Atlantic port. It continues to be an unresolved issue to today.
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF ISLAM (note that these are all ...
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Unplugged, our Leisure Battery was still dead, but come the light of the next morning Mark managed ...
... the coldest winter of his life. During his time at Brown, Adil met, for the first time, a gay person. This person was a student who came to visit Adil during his office hours to find out more about LGBT laws in Morocco. Before coming to Morocco, I discovered that homosexuality is punishable by up to several years in prison.
Since returning from the U.S., Adil is teaching English at a private high school and continually using and practicing his English by reading and ...
... by the belief today, that they are some of the friendliest people I have ever come across.
As soon as we had taken our first picture of the Square, we showed some interest (obviously) in the monkeys and snakes that were situated all over the square, and then almost instantly there were two plonked onto my arms. Now, anyone who knows me well, knows that I'm not the biggest fan of touching animals, and certainly wouldn't voluntarily have wild, diseased creatures on myself. ...