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... and Spain. We watched Moulin Rouge to pass the time (P.S. I still have those songs stuck in my head).
Gibraltar, I can easily say, is one of the weirdest places I have ever been. Despite it being literally one second from both Africa and Spain, it is neither. It is a mini UNITED KINGDOM. SO RANDOM. You walk across the border, have your passport stamped, and are all of a sudden in a British speaking, fish&chips eating, ...
... they still made money. I'm sure this guy did too, but I think not as much as he would have liked. Shrug.
Then we went to the Medersa Bouania (sp?), the Arabic school. (More info coming here,) It was 10 dh/pp to enter. I thought it was still in use, but it looked like it hadn't been used for some time. The courtyard was gorgeous: so much detail on the walls and doors. Surrounding the courtyard on the ground floor and first floor were the ...
... re passing the Royal Palace. Bored guards, in front of the large ornately carved wooden doors in the gate, barely looked up.
Heri es-Souani (Stables and Granaries)
We stopped for a closer look at the Heri es-Souani, the horse stables that housed 12,000 horses during the reign Moulay Ismail (1672–1727) and his granaries. Entrance fee - 10 Dh per person ($1.25).
We were ...
... of the fascist period as it was in many of the ruins of Rome. The history of North Africa and the puppet Vichey regime is complicated but the reconstructions support the overwhelming influence the conflict had on the world at that time. Missing from the ruins however was the support attempts made in Rome during the 60s and 70s. While this shows that the government did not invest in the monument right after gaining independence, it in a way was ...
... did. We found a campsite some 25km north (nothing in Casablanca) and rested up. It was now Saturday evening and Nissan would be shut till Monday.
Monday morning, we waited till about 9.45 before driving into Casablanca. In Morocco, 4,000 die each year and over 100,000 injured in traffic accidents. Casablanca has 4 million people; we were not wanting to meet them all at once! I had extended my explanation through Google Translate ...