Residence La Perle Orientale
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... night was filled with entertaining activities which helped my friends and I get a good understanding of what the Moroccan lifestyle is like. Throughout the night, we were engaged in exciting activities such as belly dancing performances and lessons! The room was filled with high spirits and laughter. Every area of the grand room was filled with either food or different activities to do. One corner of the ...
In the morning, Mr. and Mrs. Fajri took us out for breakfast. We went to a small cafe in Ahfir and the Fajirs treated us to Moroccan pancakes, a very popular breakfast in the country. They are very similar to pancakes we eat in America, but are much larger and square in shape. People also top Moroccan pancakes with honey ...
... and what we were planning to do for our visit. There were many exciting things to look forward to. Once lunch was over, we learned how to say goodbye in Arabic. "Ma'a Salama' is goodbye. We then decided to take the streets and walk around. We roamed the streets in the city and said hello to those who Mr. and Mrs. Fajri knew. It was a ...
After a long day of travel we finally arrived in Morocco. And after much anticipation we also finally got to meet our host family Mr and Mrs Mohammad. They picked us up from the airport and drove us all back to their house in Ahfir. They had a cute little house in the country away from the high paced life in the city. We unpacked while Mrs. Mohammad made us a traditional Moroccan meal. Once ready we all sat down ...
... first lot are sleepy, quiet, industrious types starting their pre-dawn day early : cleaners, sweepers, delivery people, extremist joggers etc.. The other type are more dressed up, much louder, usually have a bottle or can of beer in one hand, often seen singing or arguing, and are still living in yesterday. Two sets of people, living in different days, in the same GMT city timezone. And they actively steer clear of each other too. After walking about 2 miles, my ...