Riad La maison d'a cote
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Moroccan skies all right. But we didn't see any animals on the train at all. I think the animals Graham referenced would have been in his imagination and would not have been on the train, especially pigs (none in Morocco as far I we could tell). Our train had two classes, both air conditioned with clean soft-seats and comfortable. 2nd Class is first-come first-serve open seating. 1st class, on our train at least, was ...
... to the local restaurant it was closed. The proprietor simply shrugged apologetically and the troupe trooped out. Aziz found us another joint, but a tourist one so Lauren and I shared a decent meal. I think some of the older women in our group our now officially concerned about our well-being. I won't be surprised if they start ordering extra food just to give some to us, but the meals are usually big enough to fill both of us up easily so they need not be ...
... gets busy and the wifi gets too slow and I get too impatient. When you have a problem like we have, you need good internet. Trying to find a Maroc Telecom shop though is like trying to find a needle in a haystack - in the end we walked into this massive building with a massive Maroc Telecom sign and took a number and waited. When our number came up, we went up to the counter and explained that we wanted a prepaid data SIM, internet ...
... gives title to the song, "Va Bene Ya Khouti Va Bene"
With all these va bene, Milano and Al Pacino, this artist pays homage to his nickname, the Italian, I guess. At the end of our trip, David and Sebastian tracked down the name of the artist and we brought home the tune by Reda Taliani, who, we learned, is from Algeria.
Here, you can listen to the entire tune in ...
... the new part is much more modern, with the likes of a financial district. Even in Muslim Morocco, there is drink to be found and this was the best place to look. Lonely Planet had come to the rescue with a couple of recommendations, the easiest and most obvious was Le Pub. My taxi whisked me off to there and i was greeted with a more or less empty bar. I hadn’t eaten any dinner so by this time, i was starving but i had to wait another half an hour before ...