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Travel Blogs from Tangier
... street to flag a cab for us! We think there are a lot of good hard working people in this city and that Casbar is probably one of them. In fact if we were in Morocco longer we would have gone back to his place as it was busy with other patrons and his fare looked very good. As for Abdul I am sure life will go on and he will thrive on his cut of filling up the local restaurants. We do thank him for adding local spice to our ...
... shorn only every three years! That's why their wool is worth far more than a sheeps
* The Jewish population in Morocco exceeded 250,000 at one point but then in the 50s to 70s most of them emigrated to Israel or the US (including the American sisters we went camel trekking with)
* The founder of Fes was a descendent of Mohammad (GGGG grandson or something) This makes the city a fairly important pilgrimmage point for ...
From our Cruise Log
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - Tangier, Morocco
05:54 Pilot Embarked
07:14 Safely Docked
17:57 Vessel Undocked
23:02 Pilot Embarked (For Cadiz)
Tangier has always been associated with the exotic intrigue. Among the first 'new' Mediterranean destinations for an emerging class of pre-WWII European elite, the city became a favored retreat. Famous novelists reveled in the city and it gave ...
... to it. We sat for about fifteen minutes, sipping our tea and people watching. The square was a busy place with people going about their jobs, shops open for business and even a gas cylinder delivery truck (read: trailer with cylinders hitched to a motorcycle) that drove through what seemed to be a pedestrian only square. However, Megs said that in comparison to any place in Bangalore, it looked positively quiet. Having finished up our tea, we walked over to the ...
... for about 4 ｽ hours, before we made it into Madrid. We felt like old pros with Madrid at this time, so we got off the train, went right to the Metro, and took it to Chris’s stop. Chris was nice enough to let us stay with him again, which was perfect since we would be in town only a short time. We said hello to Chris, talked about our trip, heard about his trip to Amsterdam, then went to bed.