Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Weather: Fine 10-18 degrees Celsius.
Finally here at 12.35pm. Bags took along time to be off loaded but all good. It was surprisingly easy to progress through immigration and customs. We are lucky as a shuttle from the airport is included on the first and last day. Took 45 minutes to drive to town not much traffic as usually it would be approx …
Normally we try to find a food tour to take when we visit a new city or country as we have done in past trips and really like the experience. However, when I looked I was unable to find such a trip in Morocco, so we decided to do the next best thing and hire a local guide to take us around and show us things we probably not see as part of our …
As we arrived in Casablanca this afternoon I was thinking how lovely it is. Bit like the Gold Coast or Hawaii, except for where the shanty parts are it's quite nice. Had lunch a Maccas by the sea, then drove back past Rick's restaurant/nightclub (you remember, 'here's looking at you kid,') then past the second largest mosque in the Moslem world. …
... each other".
The take home, in my mind, is that we are leaving Morocco with our lives and attitudes changed just a little bit. That, to me, is telling. Now when I see a woman in a veil or a Muslim man with a beard, I will look at them a little differently. I don't think we will ever make it back here, but we may venture a little further into other unknown, different lands. Until then, we'll just enjoy our photos and memories of this magical place.
... in silence we've observed engravers in tile. Tool workers in leather. Weavers working in wool (another aspect of the meat-leather social ecology mentioned above) and in "silk" made of cactus fibre. And, this being Morocco, we've endured the sales pitch that usually follows.
Whole towns have their "look". Marrakech is built out of a pinkish stone. And all buildings, even those built of concrete and then covered in a plaster, are in the orangey-sandy-pinky ...