I just flew for 20 hours in the air, along with a three-hour layover, to get home from halfway around the world. It seems like an arduous journey to some. On the other hand, I could have been commuting to
Dubai is proud of its tolerance for people of all religions (we also found this in Morocco). There is a Ministry of Tolerance here.
Last evening, we took a car to attend Vigil Mass at St. Mary's church. We have attended
We arrived in Marrakech from Zurich. Having been to 60 countries, this was the worst immigration process I've ever seen. Over a thousand people in serpentine lines shuffling forward, most with their faces in their iPhones often neglecting to move.
We've just flown about 18,000 miles in 10 days, stayed at one of the finest hotels in Johannesburg (or in Africa), then in an exquisite game lodge in the "bush," and spent four full days leaving from 6 am to