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... they gave us a document to fill out as we deplaned. We filled it out and got in line for customs which went by quickly. Then we walked out to look for a man holding a sign for our hostel. We thought it would be super easy to find but then there were over 50 people holding signs with smallish font. So we strolled through looking at each one. A man waved at us and asked us what our names were. He was holding the sign for Marrakech rouge which is our hostel. He welcomed us ...
... beautifully tiled floor and walls. The staff gradually started bringing babies out of the bedrooms to us, and when little Adam was placed into my arms I fell for in instantly. He didn’t have as much excitement as all the other babies, but his curious eyes would just follow the room as he played this my scarf. He was born on the 17th April 2013 and was taken into the orphanage on the 15th July 2013 – only 3 months old. I don’t know why or how he was orphaned, ...
... for me. I'm used to motivating myself to do something challenging... but to lead and motivate other people, that's kind of outside of my comfort zone.
But let's give it a shot.
And so I tell Chouaib, Omar and Mohammed that yes, they can invite whoever they want and give them some instructions as to what to bring. Then I show up at the Casablanca train station half expecting that nobody will show up...
But they do... in twos and threes... until ...
... travel companions that we are with once major exception - we were now a party of two and not three as we had always been in the past. It was long running joke on all those previous trips that without Matthew, the two of us would probably just get lost and die from our own incompetence. Where better to put that theory to the test than both of our first visit to Africa!
The coach ride to the airport seemed to take days although it was probably closer to 2 hours. ...
... out that my replacement has started a series of exotic pirouettes which seem likely to throw him to the floor at any second but by some miracle of gravitational intervention, the boy saves himself everytime, hence the applause. The girl beside me has looped her arm through mine and is swinging her feet to the song and I decide that they're alright these kids, terrifying and predatory at first but then so were my Russian dwarf hamsters and they turned out alright.