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Travel Blogs from Rabat
... awhile longer. Finally, it was time to head home, where I promptly went to bed in anticipation of 4 AM tea time. See, Joel had been making tea almost every day that week so that he would be really good at it when he got home. And since he and Kelly were leaving at 4:40 for the airport, they decided to have one last tea time before they left. I didn't think Kelly would actually be able to wake me up for it, but apparently even my sleep deprived body knew this was ...
So we start our desert adventure (as opposed to Al's dessert adventure). As you who have heard Liz talk of Moroccan cuisine know, she hates couscous. So for the next two weeks Al's custard count will be on hold (at 23) and we will start a new count. The new count will be "How many times can Liz avoid couscous". The world is ready for a new super hero.....and here she is...."Luggage Girl". Sent from a foreign land to rid the world ...
... effect and cooled the coffee. We found ourselves getting excessively verbose while placing our coffee orders and this only resulted in making things worse. We hit a low this morning in Rabat when our waiter brought us a cup of milk after we had placed our lengthy request. We spotted someone in the adjacent table with a glass of what seemed like the perfect brew and asked for that. Thus, "Cafe Kasse" entered our lives. It was definitely a hit and we learned later that it meant ...
... You must have respect. This is an Islamic family. You're always on the terrace. You must have respect.)
I understood that his family was expecting guests, and they wanted to eat on the terrace alone. But, I must've understood wrongly, because no one came to the terrace that day - not even me, who'd been sent to my room.
The following day, I asserted my right to sit on the terrace I'd paid for. ...
... If the parents are traditional, it's not so good.
S (a girl): Parents are too protective during their childrens' teenage years.
S (a pretty girl): That's because our teenage years are the most difficult, and important.
J: How is school? Difficult? Fun?
S: Difficult. *************ly fun because we're with our friends. There's stress and a lot of work.
S (a girl with dreams of becoming a doctor): The situation ...
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