- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... out much heat, so we had to get quite a bit
Rabat isn’t really on the tourist map, but there did seem to be plenty of them here
Trying to find the internet is pretty difficult here, we all went into a cafe, had coffee and jumped on the free wifi, a few went off to see what there was in Rabat and the market, I didn’t I have seen plenty of markets and I had to go in search of a new day ...
... a photo for each word, awennui’s would be ...
Finally a day to explore.
It's been difficult to find the balance between homework, class and exploring. While I want to focus on getting things done, getting a handle on the language, and finding the research I need, I also don't want to get to the end of this trip and feel as though I could have done it all from my computer anywhere.
Today, I played soccer on the beach with some local friends. It's a great way to get involved and get active, but ...
... my surprise at this circumstance to a Moroccan woman who is a journalist here in Rabat working for SIT, she said she didn't understand why that was confusing.
Everyone thinks I'm a natural brunette.
Eating meat after 14 years of not eating meat is totally easy in another country. I'll get back to you on why that might be ...
... understated. We also stopped by tourist rrplica of ricks cafe from the movie casablanca. We then drove to Rabat, the capital city, to our hotel. Tonight we have an orientation meeting followed by dinner at the hotel. We did grab a bite to eat and walked around a bit. First impression is that this a quiet city. French is more commonly spoken than English. Time to dust off that high school ...