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... been ranked many times as a very friendly tourist country (although I'm not sure how accurate that is).
While we were in Morocco, I got to try my hand at bartering. I was probably one of the best barterers in my group. I learned from the best (Dad's side of the family). It was so exciting to get to negotiate to the prices I wanted. Huge adrenaline rush... Which led to a huge money deficit... I can't say it wasn't worth it. Some of the best souvenirs I'm ...
... calls her father, a grave looking gentleman with a beard… and blind. He extends his hand to greet me, welcoming me to his home-hotel.
He’s trying to profile me—and seems quite confused when I tell him that I’m a foreigner—as I speak in Moroccan Arabic “Subhan Allah!” he exclaims, as if it were a miracle that a foreigner learn to speak the language here. He then has his 10 year old daughter fill out ...
... 8212;they’re friendly but not overly curious about this stranger wandering through their village.
The only problem now is that it seems this is the end of the road. Soon I find myself heading up back alleys, and cutting through people’s yards—then looking for a way down a steep gorge… then cutting through someone’s fields on the other side. This brings back memories of Mexico, ...
... that was a little bit difficult.
She gave me a few suggestions on my route, and also a bit of advice on how to travel. I tried to ask her about tipping for the bus luggage hold - she told me indeed that it was 5d, and that I should ask for a ticket next time if I sense that I'm being ripped off. She told me that she was speaking to me not as if I were a stranger, but as if I were her son - awww! After a bit more advice, including ...
... the cities we visited are surrounded by or in the Atlas and Rif Mountains. Our tour guide through Tetuan and Tanger was Abdul. Abdul speaks Arabic, French, Spanish,and English. Most of tour was in Spanish however when there was important information to convey, he would switch to English. The official language of Morocco is Arabic. The second language is French. Because of the close proximity to Spain, many ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed