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Camels are Amazing!

Last night we got a chance to go to the top of the mountain by the Kasbah, which are the old ruins of what is left of Agadir before the earthquake. This first Picture is the view of Agadir at night. It was quite windy! This is the Kasbah! What is left of the original...

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Off to Agadir

The day has come to leave the capital city and venture off to our host community, for an entirely new adventure. I've enjoyed so much, from tea pouring to the comforts of being in a large group, and more! Questions I am curious (feel free to comment on one of them...

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Moroccan Schools

I was so nervous to interact with Moroccan high school students, worrying what they would think of me, would they treat me funny, would they turn away from me, would I be "cool" or interesting enough for them. I can imagine that is exactly what it's like to be in a...

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Discovering Rabat

We got the chance to visit Hassan Tower, which was being built to be the biggest mosque and minaret in the world, in 1195. In 1199, construction abruptly stopped. What is left is the minaret (tall structure), 200 columns, and the Mausoleum of Mohammed the 5th where...

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Day 1 in Morocco

From the moment we got off the plane, there was a sense of wonder among the group. Stepping out of the airport, I was surprised by the tropical feel of the air and in the trees/bushes. A rush of feelings overcame me, other than exhaustion from the long travel (I left...

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