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Casablanca, MOROCCO 

I did it again. Approached by a stranger on the street I decided to trust and let go of the fear. I was wandering around the narrow streets of Mdina market, taking pictures of the old, dilapidated buildings when I heard him saying “Do you realise you just took a picture of the first hotel in Casablanca, famous Medina hotel?” I turned my eyes to a Moroccan looking man whose English was very good. 329 more words

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Thursday Doors#27 Casablanca, Morocco

From the towering grand doors of the King Hassan II Mosque

to the humble doors of the local neighborhoods

In response to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors

Yoroshiku Onegai shimasu

Leanne

Thursday Doors

Morocco meets China

Casablanca, 2016..

My first-ever finance lecture delivered in English started at 2:00 pm. Despite being late, my roommate and I were walking slowly the passageway that connects the dorms to the classrooms. 420 more words

Anchor Stories

The Kingdom of Morocco

City of Fes

Royal Palace from Place des Alaouites
Medina of Fes el-Bali
Tannery


City of Marrakesh
bab agnaou
The Medina
Marrakesh at night – Jemaa El-Fnaa Market… 45 more words
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San Juan, Puerto Rico

Although I only had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours in San Juan, Puerto Rico it was definitely worth it! I just fell in love with the bright colors, cobblestone streets and the long history of the island.

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Statistics & Such

Clearly when applying, you’ll want to choose the country you feel will have the highest chance of accepting you. With that being said, it is also extremely important to understand the award rates/statistics that go along with each country. 262 more words

Fulbright

Here's looking at you, kid.

Sue and I returned from a trip to China last weekend. I’ll soon be posting on that trip, but this one is about a coincidence. I know some people don’t believe in coincidences, but this really was one. 5,106 more words