Piano 40 – Café Morocco in Virtual Morocco

Ana Luetia alerted to me to Café Morocco.

The venue is beautifully designed and built. It is light, airy and very calming. Upstairs is a fine piano and poseballs for…belly dancing!

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After playing Dizzy Gillespie’s ‘A Night in Tunisia’ (ok, wrong country I know but it is in the same district) I just had to try out the belly dancing.

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It was fun but the other five or so balls looked kind of lonely, so I started harassing my ever-suffering friends.

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First of all Natalia joined me and I bet you didn’t know she plays a wicked piano? We dueted for a while until Naomi TPed over, then the three of us hit the pose balls.

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And then Marion turned up to make a foursome.

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And then Ged arrived…now we were five. Hurrah! Rocking the casbah!!

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Phew, after all that shaking and undulating I retired downstairs for a cup of mint tea and my favourite hookah.

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Want to know more about this piano madness of mine? See this page.

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~ by catrin23 on March 27, 2007.

5 Responses to “Piano 40 – Café Morocco in Virtual Morocco”

  1. Caterin, heehee somehow, I knew our secret would get out 🙂

    Thank you for inviting us. It was a lot of fun!

  2. It was super fun Natalia, glad you enjoyed it!

  3. … i can’t believe you took a screenshot …

    😉

  4. I am glad you had a good time

  5. Ged: I wanted the evidence!
    Ana: Thanks for the tip!

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