Sercotel AB Arganda
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... and made of old cobblestones and twisted. Fortunately Jamal knew the place and had grown up in the Kasbah. So before he took us shopping in the Suks and the Medina he ran us by the Dar Sultan to check in. What a cool place. On Sunday, we went into the countryside with Jamal to a rural, Berber, market. The Berber market was insanity. Every Sunday the market opened and the community came to shop for the week. There were only a ...
... straight in the side and nearly goes over again. We discover during the next five rounds that the horses don't usually get such a pummelling but we wince each time one gets hit anyway. We also decide that the first horseman must have been new as all the other riders managed to turn themselves and the bull so they don't get hit squarely. Once adequately opened up the trumpet sounds again and the horses take their leave to go patch up what I would be thinking is ...
... again us two with Michael, to get food and get ready for the bus. Me and Mike made a series of sandwiches and we all had quick showers. Our taxi to the bus station soon came (driven by the same guy as before) and we all said goodbye to Axel and piled in. We arrived at the bus station and got on the bus with no hassle. The bus ride was four hours but everyone slept almost the entire ...
... as a child emerged somewhere from my subconscious as we drove along. A happy association. In Salisbury we met up with Chris and Tony. These two reprobates had made our acquaintance several years previously in Normandy during our D Day tour. We were delighted to discover a mutual interest in obscure WW2 facts; alcohol; irreverent humor; and a dislike of Pakis. The Paki reference being reserved for those bearded, non integrated, 'finger to the sky' shaking, Koran thumping, ...
... When we get to the next stop we needed to switch it was already about 7:40 and the next metro wasn't coming for another 5 min. So we risk it and go up to the street to see if a taxi could get us there faster. Which it did. We were dropped off and ran for the station. Of course we didn't know where we were going but we knew we were most likely going to miss our train. Jordan got on an escalator going up when she thought it was going down and Taylor ...