Hotel Ahlen Tangier
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... out of their, but needed the toilet first. Men only! And you are expected to pay. The floor was awash. No chance of getting me to pay for puddles. We exit at a dignified pace, but by the nearest door. Paying more attention on the way back to the Hotel, the city has a lot of cafes that are now open. They’re full of men, and whereas in Europe the seats at the tables face each other, here all the seats face out. We were constantly being watched, particularly Penny.
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... We get a bit lost but we hire a guy to carry our bags, well cart our bags, assuming he knows where the hostel us. He doesn't and has to call someone but we get there eventually although it has been a long day in the end.
DISAPPOINTMENTS BUT WITH POSITIVES:
I had originally decided on Asilah when planning the trip as a bit of a relaxing stop either at the end or beginning or end (as it worked out) as it was suppose to be ...
June 9, 2014
Meknes to Tangier by train (85 dirham each)
3 hours per the schedule (ours delayed 1.5hrs)
Stay: Ibis Hotel - 400 Dh (few hundred meters from train station, very convenient)
... market was great, the people were nice and the food was fantastic. Lesson learned for the day was that the more I could cover the better I would blend in and there seemed to be quite a division between men and women in the country that I would have to get used to while being there.
Today was Friday which meant it was prayer day. This was good for us as the streets were much quieter than the day before. The only reason people were out were ...
Whilst Tangier wasn't the most interesting city in Morocco, it did still have a souq, and a lot of Arabic features, as well as the novelty of being Africa, - therefore ticking off my 5th continent of the 7, as well as adding a little more action to my holiday.
Arriving at the ferry port terminal ...