08/04/2010

by the Atlantic Ocean in Casablanca, Morocco...

By the Atlantic Ocean
in Casablanca, Morocco...
Map of Morocco

you can learn...

how to drive a car!

Two young guys were driving back and forth, parking etc. - 
they were really good!
Their teacher's job is easy - just to sit and watch :)

I should go to practice here because it's far too long ago I've driven last time. 
I love driving...
Do you drive?

17 comments:

  1. It's always interesting to see your photos of people driving.

    I used to enjoy driving. I haven't had a driver's license for several years now. Recently, I don't like even being in a car.

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  2. I have 2 different driving licenses,but have not really driven for years,so can't drive anymore....
    Katsoin kartasta,että ei niin kaukana Casablancasta sisämaahan on Fes,josta poikani isän vanhemmat alunperin ovat kotoisin.

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  3. Cool that they have driving lessons there.
    Yes, I drive, just not here in Egypt ;)

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  4. Yes, I drive... I drive a pickup truck and love it.

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  5. We all drive here; if we didn't, we could never go anywhere.

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  6. Oh yeah, I drive. I love roadtrips. I drove across the United States a couple of years ago and took a lot of side trips. It took me 3 weeks and I drove about 6 - 8 hours a day and when I got to California, I wished I could keep on going.

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  7. I do, but I started relatively late in life. Didn't learn until I needed to. I was deathly afraid of it. Now, of course, I'm as addicted as any other north american!

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  8. On sinulla eksoottisen tuntuisia naapurimaita! Minà tykkààn ajaa autoa. Tààllà saapasmaassa olen oppinut pitàmààn silmàt sivustoissa ja selàssàkin, sillà mità tahansa voi ilmestyà mistà tahansa tielle. Autoilijat ajavat miten sattuu, parkkeeraavat mihin vain suinkin mahtuu, vaikka keskelle kapeaa mutkaa/risteystà. Sitten onkin niin leppoisaa ajella koti-Suomen avarissa maisemissa, jossa autoilijat ovat oppineet jopa vilkun kàytòn.

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  9. Asuinpaikassani ei pääse minnekään, jos ei ole autoa...
    ja rakastan autoilemista! Musa soimaan ja baanalle : )

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  10. I do, but not in Cairo, not at the Etoile in Paris and not in countries with left-hand traffic.

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  11. Oh boy what difficulties I've had with the internet connection!

    >>GALLERY JUANA
    In Finland I drove a lot, in Cairo not at all, here - I don't know yet. Now I enjoy walking! :)

    >>SUSU
    you don't have to...less stress!

    >>YAELIAN
    hahaa, Fes on yksi paikka jossa aiomme kayda kunhan tasta ehtii...
    Ajotaito loytyy kun vahan lammittelee. Ihan kuin mika tahansa taito jonka on joskus oppinut.
    Toivottavasti jos aion taalla ajaa! :)

    >>NICOLE
    I agree! They drive much better here and we have traffic lights!!! and cars really stop when the light is red! :)

    >>SUSAN
    You must feel very powerful when driving a pickup truck! :)

    >>LAKEVIEWER
    Here we can use small red taxis - cheap and ecological...but we'll have a car later. It's nice to be free to travel whenever we feel like it...

    >>STICKUP ARTIST
    I can imagine you enjoying that like in the movies! :) Feeling of freedom, adventure...US is a huge country, continent, I guess you could spend months/years driving around...

    >>TATTYTIARA
    and specially now you need to drive - you have to deliver all the stuff for your house! What a mission you have! :)

    >>LISSU
    Aivan samanlaista taalla!
    Paakatuja lukuunottamatta kadut ovat kapeita, paljon asutusta ja liian vahan parkkitilaa ja kaikkien on paastava autosta suoraan oven eteen.
    Taalla torvet soi jatkuvasti kun tuplaparkkaajat estavat takaa tulevan liikenteen liikkumisen.
    Olis kirveella toita....

    >>TARU
    Mitas sitten kun ikaa on niin paljon ettei enaa voi ajaa tai jalka on paketissa - saako apukuskeja helposti?
    Kylla maalla on mukavaa! :)

    >>ALLU
    LOL! Some expats drive in Cairo but me not!
    Here's a lot of traffic but it's not as bad as in Cairo. But in rush hour time you can spend 4 x more time > it takes normally 15 mins for my husband to get to work here. One evening he came back for almost one hour because the route was wrong, through the city center...

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  12. Minne se kommentti katosi? No, uudestaan.
    Niin, siis hyvä kysymys!
    Mutta en semmoisia jaksa murehtia = ) Katsotaan sitten! Aina löytyy jokin ratkaisu...

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  13. Sinne toiseen blogiin ei pääse. Virustorjunta heitti ilmoituksen, että se on vakava hyökkäyssivusto ja esti pääsyn. :o

    Niin, olisin vain kommentoinut että saanko tulla kylään? Joskus.

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  14. >>TARU
    Niinpa, mita turhia murehtia etukateen...
    ja eiku baanalle! :)

    >>LEPIS
    Joskus kantsii kokeilla useamman kerran.
    Mutta jos vaiva jatkuu niin ilmoita - kyselen jos joku muu saa samanlaisen varoituksen.
    Totta kai sina tulet tanne kylaan!!!
    Teemme kovasti tutkimustyota mihin vieraita voisi vieda. Eilen testattiin Rick's Cafe - teen siita postauksen jossain vaiheessa kunhan omistaja tulee takaisin lomaltaan...

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  15. Hei ja onnea uuteen kotimaahan ja kotiin! Toivottavasti viihdyt siellä.

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  16. >>ELEGIA
    Kiitos!
    Viihdymme tosi hyvin ja olen saanut mieheni takaisin viikonlopuiksi! Taalla ei ole tapana hotkyilla samaan tapaan kuin...vaan viikonloput pyhitetaan vapaaksi mika viela todella outoa ja tuntuu luxukselta - jo 2 viikonloppua meilla on olllut kuin miniloma. Mita tasta seuraakaan? No ainakin olemme kavelleet koko 2 vuoden edesta jo nyt!!!

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