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... was a retired military man named Ishem. He was little with thick glasses and likeable. Some of the most likeable people in the world were Moroccans selling you things.
When I'd agreed to take a room on his second floor, he invited me into his family's residence on the ground floor. His smaller kitchen, TV room, and bedrooms opened up to the main dining room. This large central opening extended upwards past ...
... can pick it up monday evening. So here I am, stuck in Rabat at least until tomorrow, but maybe even longer. After that it's off to Fes, and then the desert. The last few days I've plotted a route through the desert (don't worry mom, not straight through the desert, I'll stay on the tracks ;-) ) with the help of the book 'Overland Morocco', which I can really recommend to anyone wanting to go through the Moroccan desert on a motorcycle, bycicle or by car.
... and meaningful as "to be able to read a book to my children". Of course there are those who want more than anything to have a comfortable life and a successful career but my students are in reality very limited in this regard. It is extremely hard for Moroccans to travel. Almost every country requires that they have a visa and these are only acquired through a very complicated and often disappointing process. A lot of my students say they want to travel and that it is there dream. ...
... not pay attention to skin color back in the States, but that was an interesting point to bring up. We had dinner again at the CCCL and once again I was not a big fan of the food.
I decided to tag along with some people who were going to The Square. Carly went on the SIT Morocco program last year so she had a few places she wanted to see again. The Square had ...
... problem! (which was never explained to us)
And be warned- we paid extra to use only five star hotels,
but even they are more like 3 star hotels in Europe, and the so called *****Hotel
Rabat was a disaster, from the dirty room to the breakfast not being set out by
the time we had to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility