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TravelPod Member ReviewsDar Jameel Tangier
I usually don't write reviews, but this place is great. See on booking.com
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... the town in the evening. Very interesting, you see bars without alcohol with only male customers. Other locations people were watching sport on communal TV, again only men. All very peaceful and calm.
It was time to say goodbye to Morocco, our last effort is to drive to Tanger Med Port some 35km away to connect with our ferry tomorrow ...
... very helpful, and offered us an immediate 25% discount on a private tour for tomorrow. Tui ad. We declined and thought that it would be time for a coffee and walk home. We’d probably covered 3-4kms so far.
Walked into the first cafe on the way back, flash place, wait staff in shirt and ties.
We stick out like dogs balls.
It took some time to get some service, and no-one smiles, and if they make eye contact they quickly look away. Couldn't wait ...
... fact in the seven days we are here we only spend maybe an hour or so in the Medina.
While the Medina was slightly disappointing it was not the end of the world as we had seen so many lovely and interesting Medina's on this trip what we were really looking forward to was some seafood with only really Casablanca being considering a seafood haunt. There was indeed much seafood on offer mostly little mom and pop top places against the ...
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... of look for ground that we can hammer our tent pegs into. Over the past 7 months, we have encountered some pretty hard ground and bent nearly all of our tentpegs, but the ground at Marrakech was the prize. In the end, Nick had to use a hammer and a cold chisel to break the ground so he could then get the tent peg into place. But after much effort, and two sore fingers because he hit them with the hammer, we got the tent up. Phew, now it was time to go for a ...