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Forming a Nation

Sick of the office and the feeling that everyday is a sad, cyclical routine? Are after-work drinks the highlight of your day? The feeling is shared around the world, no matter what country you're from. The world continues to contract and pretty soon nothing will be new. There is still time though...

We want to get you out of your cubicle and onto the dirt roads of countries you would have never dreamed of visiting, and all for a good cause! Life should be filled with adventure, not monotony!

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Day 5 - Marrakech, Morocco

Monday, 21 December 2009 - 23:39

Tuesday is Lariam day. I mention it now, on Wednesday, because it is the day after that the side effects are most potent. Lariam is the most coveted of the various anti-malaria drugs for its hallucinogenic qualities and the vivid dreams it induces. The drug is also accompanied by less desirable consequences, principally, the "runs." In nothing short of a let-down, no one benefited from the "positive" effects, but John and Jimmy appeared to be particularly susceptible to the negative effects of the drug

Day 4 - Fes - Marrakech, Morocco

Friday, 18 December 2009 - 11:14

Marrakech, aptly named the "capital of the desert," was our present destination. Sitting on the perimeter of the Sahara, Marrakech historically served as an important trading hub for intrepid camel caravans braving the desolate expanse of the world's greatest desert. The exchange of goods, culture, and art is said to have left a spectacular legacy and impression on the city. We had also heard great things about the city's nightlife and were eager to see it for ourselves.