Riad Maison Bleue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... stories and read online about various methods and ways that people get caught up in scams and dangerous situations. I have almost seen them all but have just ignored them and kept on walking. It's also suffocating for someone who doesn't enjoy small spaces too much like myself do it's good to get outside to open spaces quite a bit. Which is why I have spent a fair bit of time on the hostel roof both watching sunsets and lying under the stars. My final worry I've been having ...
... at different times in history. We have been assisted by a very helpful train inspector as although we had seats 15 and 16 they were literally at either end of the carriage and somehow separated by at least a hundred seats. He found adjoining seats on a full train and said we would be looked after. We have been for sure. It's a major holiday period here and loads of people are travelling, indeed the train is full, which according to the guide books is unusual. There ...
... me and some strange man asking me for money. He also asked for a tip. So in the end I paid 170 direms . Believe me, that is A LOT. Especially for a 3 minute taxi ride up a hill. I got inside the hostel and the woman told me that I got totally scammed and said "oh dear. You must learn." I think she thought I was a naive European traveler. In that moment, I was. I wasn't totally enthralled by Tangier. It was dirty, loud, the markets were ******, and the people hassled me. There ...
... of the nearby out-of-town sites. The first one, Volubilis, was a 90 minute drive away so we wanted to get a relatively early start. Karim walked us back up to the Blue Gate, allowing us to stop at a local ATM/currency exchange to get more dirhams then introducing us to our driver.
Two of the group opted to stay and explore the medina more, so we had a large, 8 passenger van for the 4 of us. We piled in and set off, heading west towards the Roman ruins. As we ...
... seeds, already peeled and ready to eat! What a great treat!
The one hour drive from the hotel took us to one of the most famous Roman ruins in Africa, the former town called Volubilis, which was a Roman city of 20,000 people. The highlight here is the incredibly well preserved mosaics, and the beautiful arches. The city was located here, because it was on a very important trade route between the desert and the sea, and was also surrounded with very ...