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Day 2 Drive to the modern capital, Rabat. In the afternoon visited the area around the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, before wandering through the Kasbah des Oudaias, originally a fortified town, now with a distinctly Andalucian influence.
Ammaai 's nachts pas aangekomen in Rabat (niet vergelijkbaar met Borgerhout..!!)
Heb wel tijd verloren want heb toerist uitgehangen .. Ik ken de weg op rots van Monaco / Monte Carlo op mijn duimpje .., maar heb een nieuwe trofee in mijn paspoort : een stempel van GBZ , jawel , die rots met "letterlijk" britse apen op
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... got its origin, I believed, from property taxes imposed by governments. "Having freedom taken away (by taxation, government rule, etc.) makes people selfish. Democracy and monetary trade cause selfishness." - J.Breen philosophy (2006)
If people needed no money to live, harvest food, makes clothes, etc. they'd be more relaxed about their state of well-being. They'd be more generous.
In Morocco, ...
Really the only reason I'm still in Rabat is because my bike is at the BMW dealer in Casablanca. I took it there to get a new tire and to have them look at the carburettor. There's no new tire in stock, but I decide to have the carburettor fixed anyway. I hand over my bike and they tell me that it's ready the next day. However, the next day I get a call that the bike won't be finished, and since they're not open on saturday and ...
... directed, aspects of Islamic law have permeated governmental law in Morocco. The idea of separation of church and state, was one my students found extremely interesting.
We also discussed today our dreams, hopes, ambitions and goals. It is incredibly inspiring to hear the responses. Many of my students from the first week (when I had both beginner and advanced) could not write. So, while in America, a typical dream may be to make money and have a big house; here it is something ...