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Stuck in Tangiers for now …

It’s been three hours that I’ve been stuck in Tangerville train station, but everyone has been really nice to me so far, especially since I saw 4 Americans asking questions and getting the complete cold shoulder from everyone. The first question everyone has asked me, “Where are you from?” … upon the reply of Trinidad … the quizzical looks start. Then I start explaining where Trinidad is and then they just start with more questions 🙂

The Tangerville train station is spanking new, with tons of security. I feel much better here than I did at the STM bus station.

Getting from the Port to the Tangerville train station, is as simply as finding a “small taxi” … they’re these little blue cars. The ride should be about 20 dirhams, even though I paid my “Big taxi” … beige Mercedes … 40 dirhams, but he was nice enough to wait for me outside, while I found out about the train and the delays.

Now time to head off and take a bus to Kenitra, and then connect to a train to Fez. Hopefully an earthquake doesn’t hit!

About Rishiray

Rishi Sankar is a Cloud HRMS Project Manager/ Solution Architect. Over the past 15+ years, he has managed to combine his overwhelming wanderlust with a desire to stay employed, resulting in continuing stints with 3 major consulting firms (IBM, Deloitte, Accenture). He documents his adventures around the world on "Ah Trini Travelogue" with pictures and stories from the road/tuk-tuk/camel/rickshaw. You can follow him on Twitter at @rishiray and on Facebook at "Ah Trini Travelogue . He doesn't like Chicken Curry but loves Curry Chicken and is always trying to find the perfect Trinidadian roti on the road. He also doesn't like cheese and kittens ... and definitely not together. E-mail from his blog is appreciated like a 35 yr old Balvenie at [email protected]

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