Monthly Archives: August 2015

Side track!

I interrupt our trip of Morocco to tell you the world’s fastest shed record has been broken. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-33951868 I know, it’s difficult to contain your excitement.

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Today’s lesson..

Today we had a Moroccan tagine cooking class. We made chicken tagine with lemon. It uses preserved lemons and olives (as well as the spices) to give it the flavour. First make … then once cooked, eat. All lessons should … Continue reading

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Breakfast

What does a Moroccan breakfast look like? This: Three types of bread products, coffee with a lot of milk (50% heated milk) and lovely honey and oil  – olive oil. Not bad! There’s sort of a French influence but not … Continue reading

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An odd contraption

We’ve seen (and almost been run over by heaps of these. They are only 150cc, so sometimes when you are walking along you pass one that’s struggling under its load…

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Hunter gatherer.

Due to the plane fiasco, we ended up getting to a hotel quite late. I set myself the task of heading out to find some food. With the help of a very nice man from the hotel I found this … Continue reading

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A day in Casablanca

It’s hot. Damn hot. Too hot for being a tourist. So, we went to the beach! There were many horses on the beach, almost as many as there were people. They were available for hire should you wish to put … Continue reading

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Longer than expected

Our flight to Marrakech took longer than planned. We got diverted to Casablanca because of a dust storm. We decided to leave the plane and go to casablanca anyway, there was a queue of planes doing the same thing…

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The summer holidays

We’ve never really chosen to fly in the summer school holidays. Don’t get me wrong, we do holiday in the summer but quite often we drive on our holidays at this time of the year. I think this holiday is … Continue reading

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