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Getting Around in Rabat: Virginia Cady on Pink Pangea

Former AUA Communications Intern, Virginia Cady, is in Morocco and documenting her journey as a correspondent for Pink Pangeatram-in-rabat-812x1024. Check out her latest piece on getting around in Rabat.

The first time I rode Rabat’s tram during rush hour, I learned the true meaning of the phrase “packed like a can of sardines.” Just when you think the tram can’t possibly hold any more people because its sides are practically bursting, another five people will somehow manage to squeeze through the door into your car. The rush hour tram is an interesting experience to say the least, and there are several crucial tactics to keep yourself from a) being late because you can’t get on and b) being crushed by the overwhelming amount of humanity on all sides of you.

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This entry was posted on March 19, 2014 by in Volunteer Related.
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