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Jayshree: "My visa is just got stamped & the visa officer asked me to enjoy Morocco. Oh Yeah...see you all at Casablanca."
Why yes, Jayshree, yes we will! And we're really looking forward to hearing the sordid details of this Visa fiasco. Your application was submitted months ago and it's just now being approved with four days left until departure? That, there, is some amazing bureaucratic heel dragging.
... that it is now time for them to give you a visa and then they can 'Go home and take a nap’ or...whatever else you do to make people do things?"
In other news, Jayshree reports that her telephone guy is every bit as confident as she that the visa will be granted in time. She has been issued an international card for her phone and an international phone number so we can locate her once we land in Casablanca. ...
Leslie: "Don't forget to call banks so they don't reject your ATM or credit cards… And power adapters! Louise and Laura: I have extra… if you need to borrow any… I have the Rough Guide to Morocco in Kindle form, which we can access from my iPhone and iPad."
Jayshree: “These 'what to or what else to pack emails have been helpful. We all travel but there is a certain anxiety ...
Leslie "… Mosquito repellant, sunscreen … I will probably pack my hiking boots, too, for some hiking opportunities. Anyone else?"
Laura: “Do you even need to ask me about hiking boots? (I'll be bringing my hiking poles too)."
I checked the long-range weather forecast. It's going to be beautiful in Essaouira. On the day we arrive, it’ll be in the low 70s and crystal clear with a light sea breeze. Naturally, I e-mailed the forecast to my traveling companions, who were as excited as I about the weather, or at least they pretended to be. Leslie wrote: "… we will wake up for the first time in ...