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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... And for 20 dirham (£1.60) she showed us around her kitchen, which was bare except for a pot bubbling on a camper stove, and her living /bedroom, which was furnished with a low table, a couple of cushions and a thread bare rug. A small, straw filled area at back was where she kept her goats and the donkey which she led in through the front door. Afterwards, we climbed the narrow, steep, streets of the Kasbah now lined with ...
... the boys from the hotel walked us over there and lucky we had made a reservation - they were turning people away!! It was a really pretty restaurant, a large courtyard with a pretty mosaic floor and lantern clad trees. We shared a Moroccan salad starter - lots of little vegetable dishes. They were all presented in a fancy fashion - balls of carrots, sweet pumpkin, tomato salsa, cooked aubergine, chopped up greens. For a main course, I had a vegetable ...
The view from my room looks over the port of Casablanca, a very busy area for commercial shipping and cruise ships. Date palms flourish everywhere along the boulevards of this very modern city, where four-lane roads carry an enormous amount of traffic, moving chaotically and with a surprising lack of collisions. The older areas have narrow streets which are littered with rubbish. Pedestrians wander out onto the ...
... a bemused German gentleman walking past insists he didn't push...turns out Ian moved to let him past and slipped in the process.
Tomorrow we move on and Gill will miss her cooling dip. Ian will not.
We appear to have spent a lot of time researching hotels for the next phase of the trip; interesting how difficult these 'comparison' sites can be to get a sensible answer. Fortunately Gill has not, as far as we know, booked us into a 'house of ...
Morocco was a great destination, one that we enjoyed and would happily recommend. We noticed a large percentage of female travelers and it makes sense. While it is a little exotic, it is very safe and a great introduction into both the Middle East and Africa. It will be interesting to see if they can maintain their relaxed policies to tourism as much of the region pushes towards a more conservative application of Islam.