Yes! We fearlessly eat any kind of food in any country and Rabat offered us a new experience: pizza by the meter! We were all super hungry and piled into the restaurant. The system works so that you can order 25cm sections, and as many as you like - four making a full meter. And that is a good start.
Ok - so now we have a waveboard! Thank you to Moustafa Carey's driver and the newly opened Decathlon store in Rabat. And the roof terrace at Carey and Abdou's beautiful apartment building provides a perfect practice rink.
Here there is art
Find the face
[Editor's caption: Lili in front of large painting. She said: Mom it looks three dimensional!]
[Editor's note: This blog entry describes our wonderful morning at the Rabat Museum of Contemporary Art in Morocco. We visited both the permanent exhibition and a theme exhibit on modern art by Moroccan women. Lili has selected the above photos for this blog. All three of us came out completely inspired and wanting to make some great art.]
And we are having a great time. Getting over jet lag is going well and our bodies are also recovering from the shock of the local cold snap: as we got off the plane in Casablanca, the temperature was +5 C and it was raining! Our first purchase was a tuque for Lili!
In Rabat with Sale in the background.
At my friend Carey's door.
Going out with Abdou, Carey's husband.