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... family in central London after all parties successfully negotiated the traffic snarls thanks to the Olympics. Meeting family members for the first time over English fish and chips: how fitting! (London, England). 4. After meeting our friend from Australia, Michele, at Charles de Gualle airport, we high-tailed it back to the 13th arrondissement and settled in to the first little cafe we stumbled across, and confidently ordered "champagne, s'il vous plait". We didn't want to ...
... in the field of travel. It was launched in 2012 with the objective of taking adventurous visitors off the beaten track to experience the beauty and unique character of Morocco. Flexible, friendly, and focussed on your objectives and requirements, Toubkal traveling provides a complete service for all styles of journey around one of the Moroccan's most appealing travel destinations.
... s lifestyle. The silent overnight was absolut!!
A few days later we went to Tiziri Falls, there we met a few little crazy monkeys. They were so funny and they only wanted food. The landscape of the falls was incredible, I was very impressed, I had never seen anything like this!!
In my opinion, was a positive experience for me, also was an oportunity to visit new places and the mos important, I met great ...
... local "scammers" work in the Souks.....the market stalls that are like rabbit warrens....I was fascinated by the way they analyse the language and psychology of the tourists....sure there is the obvious attempts to establish conversation...."Hello....Where you from....aaaahhhh Australia...Sydney...Melbourne...kangar oo?".....OK....but then they have also learnt about TONE in language....the first time it happened I almost fell over laughing....a stall owner starts telling you about ...
... to a Berber Village to see how the Berber people live. They are an indigenous ethnic group of North Africa. We were shown how they live a simple life and how they use the land or nature to make their lives easier. One thing I found quite fascinating was a flour mill they had. Basically it was a big rock that used the flow of the water to turn the rock round and it ground down the grain to flour. It was really cool ...
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