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... and all of us want to feel like we will be missed the way we will miss.
It seems we are trying to leave our mark in a place that doesn't need our fingerprints, and on people who perhaps only think they do. But as I see it, we don’t have enough of ourselves to leave here or with each other. So I'll be returning to the states with clothing that isn't mine and the promise of Skype dates with new old friends.
Love and all good things,
... aren't just geological features, I carry mine with me, and they stretch and grow from place to place.
By documenting my time here, and sharing the stories and photographs, I hope to share these roots. I hope to show the world more of the world. I'm doing my best to make the world feel smaller than it does, but also remind myself and others, how large it truly is.
Will I ever have the desire to allow my roots to dig deep into a plot of earth, or will ...
... point where I rarely feel new to this country ...
*The internet has been out, so I've learned some new vocabulary, made some new friends and managed to figure out a way to be in touch! Here are the posts written from the past few days!*
Sometimes life puts you in between a rock and a hard place to see not how much it takes to break you, but how much you can conform. The initial stage-fright with the language ...
... s night we had a lovely stir fry with chicken wings cooked in coke and Susumi managed to trump it with a sushi type dish with salmon, cucumber and sticky rice and some lovely veggies.
So all in all our visa’s only took 4 working days to process so we’ve decided to leg it out of Rabat tomorrow to try and outrun the bad weather. Next stop is the Todra gorge and we don’t want to miss out due to snow ...