When it rains in Ouled Mgatel – we have mud in our shoes.
But in Fez, of course, we’got water in our shoes.
Look at what happens when it rains in Fez.
And in big puddles of water like this one, you can also rinse turnips and carrots.
So after an excursion to muddy Ouled Mgatel, you can go to Fez and rinse your shoes off. Perfect.
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I hope your house will soon be in his old beauty! I know how hard rain ca be here in Morocco, but I really like your positive view on it! bless you.
Kristin, - Perfect, yes, you see... The rainy season ends soon, in a month or two hopefully (though this year is special, so we'll see...) We have a lot of work to do on the house, and of course we need the money. So, I think we'll really live again in our house in the summer. Itto, - Thank you ! Actually, it took me a few months to see things with our house in a positive way... but with spring approaching, it gets easier and easier !
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