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Travel Blogs from Tangier
... with tour guides and taxi drivers all who told you straight faced that they we the best. We decided when we arrived at the hotel, given that as expected that our room was not ready, that we would take a two hour walking tour with a guide from the hotel. Other than the mandatory stop at the carpet and silver merchant it was worthwhile and informative. We spent the afternoon by the pool. Tonight we will explore for ...
... buying something. There everywhere in other parts of Morocco, where ignoring them makes them go away. Not here, they'll try to keep following you, talking while rushing after you, and still try to ask for money. If it wasn't for that it would be a much nicer city. I did arrive on a Sunday, which was great as apparently that's a big beach day. And if you angle a little to the right, you don't see the new port being constructed and have a gorgeous beach, beautiful blue water, and ...
... and otherwise.
After the war, Swiss banks captured most of the business and with independence, an austere reform movement swept the notorious brothels and gay bars from the city in short order.
Still Tangier retained a devoted following. Among the fans, American publishing heir Malcolm Forbes was among the best known. Now inexorably associated with the city Forbes began his love affair with Morocco when he purchased the lavish ...
... not leave us alone. Typically, they say they will take you to your hotel but run you around in circles so it seems like a long way when in fact it's just around the corner.The place is very run down. The men just leer at you. Fashion has gone to the dogs, the women wear the jilbab with what looks like pajama pants underneath and nothing matches. Such a change from the ever fashion conscious Spanish across the straight. We asked for a meal ...
... markets selling local produce such as these in Vancouver. We were surprised to see strawberries being sold so when we asked Aziz where they were from, he said they were in season and local, to our surprise. The olive stands were incredible, too, and I think they competed with some of the top ones I’ve seen in France. Aziz bought some olives and candied lemons for the tagine he was going to cook so I decided to get some, too. I got a sampler of a variety of olives and ...
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