Dar Rass El Maa - Maison d'Hotes
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Woke up looking for a Mormon church to go to but had no luck, the website told me the name and area of one in Rabat but that's just it, no specific address. Tara and I walked to the cinema in town to meet her friend Nabil. On the way stopping for juice and being checked out by all the men. Most of me thinks it's because im with a gorgeous blonde girl, but ...
We visited the Kasbah that takes up one side of the main square (this one was more like a fort for those keeping up) before tea on the roof top of Aladins (a fellow tourist had recommended this to us - the view is quite fantastic) overlooking the same square.
Later we had dinner at Bab Souq a newish place that the English owners of our Riad had recommended and have to say it was fantastic - I would highly recommend and was probably one ...
Awoke to the muslim call to prayer @0430. Awoke again at 0730. By 0830 the rooftop terrace was full and it was getting warm so we dined downstairs for breakfast. I still had a funny tummy and had a light, fat free breakfast. Chris was not too perturbed, however, as he managed to devour my share of omelette and bread.
We then took to the streets to get lost again. I gave Chris the camera, 'for a change', but repossessed it shortly after. In that time, he had ...
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... boards, with one person servicing the entire queue. Most of the others in queue were locals returning to Morocco. After about half an hour, we handed in our passports and after about 10 minutes started wondering why it was talking so long. The attendant was looking puzzled, kept scrutinizing our passports and then staring into his computer screen and some reference books. We assumed it was because he wanted to make sure New Zealand citizens could enter ...