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... br> tour of Coimbra, which is a very hilly city. We all climbed a tower at the top
of a hill in the university grounds, for a great view over the city. We stopped
off at an outdoor café on the way home for some well-earned beer. We had a meal
at a restaurant near our hotel, which was actually closing as we arrived, but
they re-opened for us & were very friendly hosts. A few of us went to a
pool hall after that for a few games of pool.
... the shops in the Median. We even witness a funeral procession through the Median, but no women in the procession.
A very different culture. But the difference that ...
... in the summer when it can get up around 46°C. On our tour we also saw a little bit of how people work here. We saw bread being made, people working on looms & people stitching the seams onto the traditional clothing. It was great to see how thing are still made the traditional away here, it's such a contrast from a lot if what we saw in Europe. The group stopped after the tour for ...
Capítulo 14: Porque esto es África
Three years ago I went on a trip to Spain with my high school. There was an optional excursion with this trip to take a ferry and spend the day in Morocco. Unfortunately, due to tensions at the time in the nearby country of Libya, our group decided not to travel there. Ever since I have been wondering what I missed out on and this weekend I finally got the chance to see some of the incredible cities of Morocco.
After getting ...
... of beautiful cloth at my feet, I finally convinced him I wasn't looking to buy. Although the camel and cactus-fiber rugs were cool, I have no need for a giant carpet at this point in my life. I did however buy a ring made by Abdul himself and he cheered up considerably, agreeing to take a photo with Kendall & I and affectionately calling us his two wives. Hmm—maybe not today, Abdul, but thanks for the ring and the great Moroccan experience! I also ...