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“Morocco’s Greatest Hits” by Julie Fisher

AMIDEAST Education Abroad Morocco Correspondent

Now that my amazing semester in Morocco has come to a close, I have to stop and think- what exactly made it so amazing? My initial response is “everything,” but on second thought, of course I didn’t like every single thing about Morocco, and in order to pinpoint why it was such a great semester, I need to really dig through my time here and pick out the best parts. In order to do this, I have made a sort of “Morocco’s Greatest Hits” compilation album. So here we go: the best things I saw, did, learned, and of course ate.

Track 1: Handstands
I guess I knew there were gymnasts all over the world, but I didn’t realize that I would meet a fellow gymnast on the program, Bri, and end up taking handstand photos with her all over Morocco. Even stranger was the fact that my Darija teacher…

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This entry was posted on May 21, 2013 by in Volunteer Related.
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