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... about 3 hours in Starbucks we continued on to the train station where we hung out in a McDonald’s until our train was ready. (You're probably sensing a theme here but the big international chains never seem to mind how long you hang around in their restaurant for... very handy for travellers.)
In comparison to the overnight trains we have travelled on in India and Vietnam, this once was luxurious. Not only were the mattresses thick and come ...
... We also went to a huge spice market and picked up a few spices. It was good that our driver Hamid took us, because some of these towns did not speak any English. Hamid was quite useful.
Also one day Hamid invited us to his house where his mother and sister made my husband and I lunch, it was such a kind thing for them to do. A tip is always a nice accommodation.
An experience of a lifetime! Highly recommend Morocco, if you want ...
... br> 200 dr ($22.12) Per Day to Location Auto + $12.86 One-time Commission to Argus = $24.37/total day for the car. Included unlimited mileage and insurance
2026 kilometers (1259 miles) over 8 days
$180 on unleaded gasoline at $6.17 per gallon (13.43 dirham per liter)
Paid almost as much on gasoline per day as for the rental ($190 for the car, $180 for gas over eight days)
Day 228 Day totals: 10 hrs, 12.9 kms At the last minute I manage to squeeze in another stop on Marrakech on my way from Agadir to Casablanca in order to finish that last 13 km stretch from Asni to Tahanaout. Not quite as enjoyable as my group hike, as my backpack rips open and I have to sort of carry it under my arm the who way (I manage to find a tailor in Marrakech to fix in--in time for my Big Trip ...
... front of the beautiful new station, the logistical challenges begin. First, how do you transport 10 people from the train station to the collective taxi station downtown? I remind myself that it's not about what I would normally do, it's about what I think would be the most practical way for the group to get there. We decide to negotiate with a guy who has a van who can carry a maximum of 7 people--the other three go by taxi, where we meet up near Jma Fnaa.