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... the only animals to catch our eye. Those stork nests, perched upon the ruins of the El Badi palace in Marrakech, were a delightful welcome home to our riad (small hotel within an old multi-story house) where we would sit on our roof terrace, watching them fly in and out, but mostly enjoying their sounds - made not by calling but by clacking their long beaks. Those stork nests, whole neighbourhoods of them, would appear on the crumbling walls and arched gateways of ...
... br> We got him to show us some more sights such as the Catholic cathedral, court house, city hall and down the aforesaid boulevards. We left him at the Medina and wound our way through all the souvenir shops. Roger had his $7 haircut from the very courteous Abdul. A point of note was that we felt far less threatened here than in say Durban. All in all, Casablanca was a pleasant surprise – clean(ish), modern, interesting with friendly people.
... any money, however they were determined to make a sale and so in the end I got the rug for 70% less than their initial asking price, this includes ship,net as well.
What happened is the manager was not wanting us to leave without the rug, the only reason we even considered a rug was they show you all the rugs and will ...
... listing my details, flight information and a description of the trailer. There was a luggage menu to assist with luggage descriptions. Nothing looked like a bike trailer. "Tonight, you go to Terminal 2 and collect your bag." He handed me the delayed baggage form. "Or you can send someone. "Thank you." I took my bike through security. I think someone is supposed to verify that bags match baggage receipts, but that didn't happen. I took the bike down the elevator to ...
... platforms to wait for the train to Fes. This was our first experience of Morocco, with some of the men in djellabas (loose lightweight dress-like clothing with long wide sleeves and a hood) and most of the women wearing dejellabs or caftans and head scarves. The train station was bustling with activity, and the trains that passed through the station appeared completely full, and in some cases they were bursting at the seams. Rather than take the tunnels between the ...