Although it was hard to leave Morocco, even just for two months, my summer started with the best kind of vacation. I spent a week in London with my favorite sister (don’t worry, she’s also my only sister). The week started with a couple rainy days, but once it cleared up we were able to fully enjoy London’s beautiful parks, canal, and numerous free and clean public bathrooms, which most certainly could not be found in Casablanca.
There is such a great difference between where life is conducted between London and Casa; in London, one could spend the entire day out of the home, and be able to find easy meals, bathrooms, water fountains, and entertainment. If you do decide to return home for a meal, you could buy your vegetables pre-chopped so that you wouldn’t spend much time in the kitchen. In Casablanca, it would be hard to find such accommodations, especially for a female. Spending time in the home is probably more common, and homes are perhaps more spacious.
My sister and I made good use of the parks, often walking for hours. We concurrently made good use of the water fountains, public bathrooms, and several coffee shops. We ate some wonderful Thai food, enjoyed some museums, and went for daily morning runs by the canal. And of course we took lots and lots of pictures of ourselves, mostly in matching outfits, in celebration of being best sisters.