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... we saw scholars studying different works, which was a pleasure to see. It seems to me that it's more of an educational center over anything, and I could tell that the ruler promoted and advocated education. There are schools and universities -- obviously only to cater men -- that teach many things, most particularly science. It smells a lot like the library, but with more old books and a bit more like body odor and animals. It's a shame that only men here can ...
... these past days, sleeping alot and preferring little to no conversation. I think she is stewing in her own anger because of how women are seen as subordinate to men during this time. I am a bit homesick but even more excited knowing we knocked off one city off our list. Ali and his men are planning to do business here as well. Even though the point of this trip was business I can't help but feel its like a vacation when I was rarely given the chance to travel back home. ...
... of the prophet.
-----We ate a delicious meal that included a hot red soup, rice and tuna cooked in a yellow spice, and "bricks" (potato and egg wrapped in dough and fried).
-----I practiced handstands in the study center, to ensure I did at least one fun thing this dya.
-----And then we went to sleep.
-----In the morning, we ate another delicious meal that included fresh daily products from Mr. Idriss' cows and honey from his bees. My host said, ...
... come from the visitors on that front.
Back to the room for 15M of journal before dinner. Something went wrong when trying to save it so lost it; grr.
Down at 1915 in my Springbok's jersey. I wasn't sure if we'd be dining outside. Helen of Troy suggested All Black jerseys are fine in Oz as the Aussies respect the NZ side but there is less recognition for the talent of the Springboks.
Off by bus to dining at El Birja, a nice spot just inside ...
... the end of the 8th century AD. The Rabat had a small entrance door and consisted of a small square courtyard surrounded by columns and small interior chambers where the soldiers lived as well as a small mosque for prayer. There were three different levels to the Rabat from which soldiers could look down and pour hot liquid on incoming invaders and archers could take aim at their enemies.
A watchtower was added to the Rabat in the mid 9th century and I hiked up all 76 very ...