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Travel Blogs from Essaouira
... right outside the medina, and the house is inside the walls, a five minute walk away. Hamid runs a business in town selling items made from recycled materials – bags, lamps, picture frames, shoes, and anything else that strikes his creative fancy. He renovated the house we stayed in, also using found and recycled materials; the result is something quite unusual. Picture the Weasley’s house from Harry Potter, make it a Moroccan riad, ...
... town, let me describe it from
the eyes of two young, white girls with dreadlocks.
Every day as soon as we step out of our
hotel, we get harassed. Half of the time its people shouting 'Rasta
Pasta' at us, or asking how long we have had our 'Rasta's' for. Also
people trying to attract our attention by shouting 'Rasta, hello,
bonjour, ca va, sorry, where are you from, Rasta!!' Or asking if we
want hash or opium.
When we first got here, we felt rude
... brothers and didn't hate non-Muslims.
-- He said Jesus was a true prophet. (And prophets could never be killed.) But, God sent new prophets and new religions for changing times. Moncef believed the Koran was divinely inspired, because it had been written so beautifully in Arabic.
-- He believed a global war was to take place. And the anti-Christ would appear. The anti-Christ would perform amazing tricks. ...
... I had traveled in Morocco, things just seem to work out along the way.
I found myself in a seat with no one beside me, but as I sat listening to music and reading my book, a man came up to me and asked that I change seats with his father who was at the front of the bus. I had no problem with changing seats, so I made my way to the front of the bus to a seat with a much better view. Instantly I found myself in a conversation ...
... but the decorations, lighting and music all captured us all and when we were told we could pick our own table, the girls very quickly climbed a small carved wooden staircase up to a loft area where there were cushions to sit on and a low table for the food. Two steps further up there was a smaller loft – just perfect for Morganne and Lucy. When the Cat joined the girls, AND they found there was free WIFI available – we were ...