Africa: The Lone Unknown Continent 

The Chele B. Review

Recently, I spoke with an acquaintance that lives in Morocco, a Country located on the Northern part of Africa’s Continent described as richly beautiful with a rocky terrain  of mountains and sprawling deserts and having both Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines.  Jokingly, we called Casablanca the fake capital; not because it’s Morocco’s largest city, but rather it’s the one most well-known for the 1942 Movie “Casablanca” starring Ingrid Bergman & Humphrey Bogart. The actual capital is, however, named Rabat.

A few days after the above conversation, I was asked about the well-being of my Moroccan friend. One thing in the conversation led to another and before long the subject matter shifted to other things about Morocco such as everyday life and such.  However, the conversation became quite interesting the more the discussion started linking Morocco to Africa.


One of the most fascinating points here is how Morocco and other Countries on…

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