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... about their presence there. However, they needed to be perched here, waiting for the boats to dockl, to receive charitable donations from the fishermen. They would then either sell these at a reduced price to the locals, or take some home to eat. In the Muslim tradition, part of the produce you have should be given to those who are in need. Indeed, early morning queues at the bakers' or butchers' stalls have their own hierarchy, with the impoverished at the front of the queue, ...
... the dishes back tomorrow, any time you want.
The beach in Essaouira is not so good for sunbathing or swimming, as the wind blows too hard. However, the harbor has been walled off in such a way that the waves get deflected at a right angle, at one end of the beach. So you have one set of waves coming straight in off the ocean, and another set of waves moving right to left across the beach. The result is a checkerboard pattern, something ...
... him with any English words he wants to learn
(Try explaining what 'actually' means and how to use it!!)
For those of you who like fish- the
harbour and fish market have an amazing selection of freshly caught
fish, and I hear that it is just the most delicious and amazing
taste. (Obviously they have not bought watermelon or nectarines from
their local market for a long time then!!)
So now I have painted a wonderful
picture of this highly ...
... had gotten hooked to my bag? And he'd already driven off. What was in it? All the papers for the Audi! Oh, no. I had to help Amsa!
I could've tried to hitchhike after him, but it was unsure I'd find him. So, I went to the police in Tarfaya and had them call ahead to the next city, 100 kilometers away. The police located Amsa and made him drive back to Tarfaya to pick up his papers. Meanwhile, the police in ...
... afternoon treat. He said shokran and walked away with a smile starting to peel open the delicious treat. I've got to say I felt pretty good about that experience, even though I had given him essentially nothing he was completely appreciative of it and made his day and my day a little brighter. As I made my way back to the hostel, I passed by another little boy with a backpack on who was just cheerfully walking down the alley. As I walked by him, I handed him ...