Dona Lola Zahara
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... buying the fish by the bucket load and sadly a beautiful, blue shark, entrails trailing, being hurled into an open backed truck. We had mint tea afterwards (very Morrocan) on the upstairs terrace of a nearby cafe and watched the comings and goings of boats, nets crammed with fish and the crowds haggling and bartering on the beach.
Leaving the annoying, greedy, rooster behind us, we headed south and inland to Kinitra, a busy town for an overnight stop. The ...
Slept 8 hours without any pain last night so confident I'm on the mend! A rather long day on the bus today and on reflection we feel that a bus trip like this is not the ideal way to see Morocco.! The distances are long and although we've seen a lot of sights they have been very brief fleeting visits or glimpses through bus windows and little free time for us to experience it on our own. I have enjoyed the bus trips though as it's given me plenty of time to catch up ...
... us aphrodisiacs for “lazy husbands.” Thanks, really, but no thanks.
I noticed that people were much nicer to me if I spoke in Spanish rather than English. At a scarf shop, I spoke Spanish to one of the sellers and he was far more enthusiastic and polite than to the people speaking in English with obnoxious American accents. Obviously, the guy was trying to sell his goods, but he did let me try on a scarf and told me I looked like a princess with it ...
Eager to get back to his sheep as fast as possible, Santiago proposes a radical new marketing tactic: since they're on the top of a hill, people are tired when they get their, so why not sell tea in the crystal glasses? At first, the owner of the shop does not want to act on the idea, fearing that he will not be able to adapt to the change that newfound wealth will bring to his life. However, after much thought, he approves of ...
October 15, 2013
After about 2 hours’ boat, I
finally arrived in the Tangier. Well frankly speaking, I was a little bit
disappointed cause this is just a normal port that can be found in every
European countries and, there aren’t any theif as being described in a book!(at
lest I can’t found =_=| )
But when I got further, I
found something much more intersting.