We are family

I can’t lie, there are things I hate about Morocco.
But then you know that, especially if you’ve been reading since the start of my adventure, six whole months ago. There have been ups and downs here in Fes, from missing home to taxi drivers and the cost of food to the way women are treated in the street. And of course there is school.Having said all of that, there is one thing I have gained here in Fes which I hope I never lose. And that is the friends that I have made here.

Today was the 21st birthday of two of the Leeds group here in Fes. We celebrated in style, at a Japanese/Thai restaurant called Kai Tai. And it was amazing. Bar one person, the whole class turned up, and almost everyone asked about our missing member at least once. We sat together and chatted and ate and joked, and it made me realise how lucky I am to be here with these fantastic people. You couldn’t ask for a better bunch. There are millions of words out there to describe my classmates, but there is one that stands out to me today. Here and now in Fes, these guys are

and I feel so proud to be a part of that. Thanks guys, for everything. I hope we stay this friendly for the rest of our lives (or at least our Uni years)

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