Riad Le Mazagao
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
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... was on a motion sensor. Please! Can’t I pee at night in peace!
Overall I am grateful that there is absolutely nothing to do in El Jadida. Even though we were directly across the street from a wide, golden sand beach, if you dared to go there, the wind would knock you flat, and then you would freeze over. No, maybe that’s my fever again. But it is cold. We went next door to the Good Ibis for dinner and ...
... contending with three kids on the wall behind us, we booked in and went to check out the sanitary. Sanitary is defined as "relating to health or the protection of health" - there was no protection going on in these sanitary blocks....they were out to kill people!
... we were finally on our way.
The next morning we had covered only 116nm, we had hoped for around 140nm, but the tidal flow into the Med had taken a toll on our speed.
Day two there was no wind. Peter had passed us in the night and was now becalmed some 5 miles ahead, we discussed a plan, but there was little we could do but motor, Rob had purchased a fishing line and decided to set it up. We were expecting to have fresh fish for dinner, and that we did, but ...
... up to the top of the wall. I headed up there to get a good view of the city. In addition to the typical array of joined buildings within the walls, three structures stood high above the rest - a minaret of the mosque, a tower above the Spanish chapel, and another tower close to the cistern. But what was the most imposing aspect of the walled city was the walls themselves. On top of the rampart, where cannons sat at the strategically placed openings, ...
... I say that for the most part they are kind and generous. I do tend to hesitate a moment before saying that and sometimes they interrupt me to comment on how difficult it is for tourists to travel in their country. They lament about the fact that those types of people are ruining the experience and tarnishing their country's reputation.
I don't really know how to react to that - they are absolutely right. Because I am ...