Royal Hotel Rabat
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... introduced us to an array of traditional Moroccan foods that we may have been reluctant to try in a restaurant on our own. This experience certainly allowed us to learn about food as part of the Moroccan culture through first-hand, or should I say first-mouth experience.
The other part of our experience at the CCCL was a series of lectures by local experts, the first being about the politics of Morocco given by Professor ...
... 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 ...
... exactly into what I wanted to hear, “Stay, ...
... less frequent washing.
Contrary to the dream of Morocco I had last year that encouraged me to apply for this particular program, Morocco does not in fact look like Central Asia.
I did not pack too much.
All my love, goodnight,
*I recognize some of these will reflect poorly on me...
... we're at the same language level.
Now this is where things get interesting. The first time someone tried to set me up with a son of theirs at the party was by a cousins husband. I had met him before and he took to calling me Maria. He called me over and asked how I was. "Fine thank you and how are you" "Great.. are you married?" This is not the first time I was asked this, in the United States or Morocco, so I wasn't fazed, but he kept pressing the issue, asking how old I ...