Day One In Morocco

I'm blogging from my blackberry through stolen WiFi because my Moroccan SIM won't get me WAP. Go figure.

Woke up at 7 am, then took a 6 hour flight to a GMT zone. It's 2:30 am where I am now. So much for a 24+3 hour day...

We're staying at a quiet seaside town near Casablanca, called Al Muhammadiyah. They refrain from accommodating Saudis in this little town. Yes, we ARE rather infamous, us Saudis.

First thing I did was slip on humid floor tiles as soon as I stepped out of the chalet. Gladly I managed to shift my weight forward but then I ended up on my right knee. Hurts like hell but I suppose its better than a concussion.

Now, the food journal for Hning:
Other than plane food, I had fried Calimari, Sol Fish and tiny little shrimps called something akin to "corvette". And a diet coke, haven't had one in ages...

Then, I saw New Moon in French. And no, hearing them speak in French doesn't make the movie any less cheesy, Bella any less deserving a slap (not a spank, mind you), Edward any less Emo and Jacob any less hot.

Now, I sleep. I'll try to keep a day to day record of my short visit, since I can't tweet. Woe is me, why am I denied tweeting! Guess that's one addiction that got out of hand...

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  1. I've never seen or read any of the Twilight series, but I'm told this sort of sums it up:
    http://i.imgur.com/ywmjh.jpg

    Saudis infamous in Morocco? I wonder why ;P

    Hope you're having fin there. Take lots of pics!

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  2. wish you a nice journey in morocco :) , take care and Happy eid .

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  3. Oh, now you are making me homesick!

    Mohammedia, Casa, crevettes (small shrimp)... well diet Coke I can get here (and should't, because I forget to count the caffeine even though that is why I buy/drink it).

    Yes and Saudis have a dreadful reputation for buying women, or not buying the cab driver's daughter whom he has offered, as the case may be.

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  4. Abdullah: yeah, thats about it...

    Muse: thanx! you as well dear!

    Chiara: crevettes! thats how its spelled then! thanx xD

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  5. You're welcome! Just making sure you can order them off a menu, or point and say the word on the fisherman's wharf! LOL :)
    Knowing Moroccans the Arabic word might escape them!

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