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I was in Tangier after I went from Spain by ship approximately two months. I was cheating by a new friend and lost all of my money at a bar. So listen to me, when you travelled, did not go to any bar. I saw a crystal old shop at the top of the hilly street where only a few customers passed. I saw many webs in the corner of the shop. It was …
... large brown eyes. As kids, some of us were embarrassed for her when we stumbled across bare breasted tribal women hidden deep inside the glossy pages of National Geographic. Others slightly resented her with millions of starving children. We sat alone at the dinner table, chastised, long after the plates had cleared, chewing on fatty chunks of meat floating in cold irish stew. We have been in Africa for two ...
... who, at the age of 62, has never lived anywhere in the world for more than four years. She currently hangs her hammock in Ubud on the island of Bali. Together the three of us go to crammed seafood restaurants and boisterous wine bars. We always order a second bottle. At the Montebello Arts Centre we attend a fundraising dinner in the Garden Lounge. The band plays Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock on the marimbas. Candlelight dances under the trees. We feel the ...
... a lot of this area, by outing stabilising holes in the walls. He then took us to some hidden palaces for some photos and history on the area. After that, with it being the last day of the handy craft festival (meaning busy markets everywhere), we followed Alex to another rig store. On the side, Alex buys local Moroccan carpets on the cheap and sell them for five times the amount in Europe. As such, when the store owner was showing us rugs, we assumed he was directing his efforts ...
... ascent would have given me a heart attack.
Dinner involved, you guessed it, tagine. I have no idea where it was cooked; it magically appeared from inside a Berber tent. No cooking facilities were apparent. It’s probably best not to think about it. Naturally no alcohol was available in the Sahara Desert, but Will had with him 2 bottles of vodka. Let the good times roll. Of course, the mixer was limited to warm bottles of orange Fanta. Will mixed up a batch in an empty ...
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