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... grip on it so it didn't fly. The teen kept running as he gave up and aborted his robbery attempt. Casablanca has many slums.
An outdoor market was in full swing. We picked up some red bell peppers and carrots.
The Biggest Mosque in Africa
... We then changed our billing address to our contact address in New Zealand ( to match the VISA card), whereupon EBay came back and congratulated us on moving countries and asked us if we were interested in removal companies and house renting agencies. By now the whole system thought we were crooks and when we tried a fourth time, it simply rejected our card!
... as they were hoping for some coins to pass by their palms for a photo.
We then visited a Catholic Church built by the French - The Notre Dame de Lourdes completed in the early 50's has 800 metres of stained glass windows, quite a contrast from the mosque we visited earlier but still an impressive sight.A ride around the affluent resident areas with gated property and a visit to a Berber Pharmacy to learn about herbal medicines before The last place to visit (for some passengers ...
... camp" for my wanderings. I feel I need to add just one more Adventure Day in Casablanca... just to give this Great Journey some closure. But what should I explore since I've already explored it all? Well--how about a walk down memory lane... doing a quick tour of the city, focusing on the places that have changed dramatically in the last 5 years? That could still count as a "new discovery" because I'm seeing new things in this city--things that weren't here back in ...
... and from work. The green rolling hills are a pleasant break from the concrete jungle of Casablanca, but you know you’ve got to enjoy the view quick, as the city is spreading fast and in a pretty random, disorganized way. I reach the El Jadida railway, where an overpass is being built—at least this highway hasn’t been completely forgotten, and then I reach a T where my instincts tell me I should turn right, but logic tells me I should turn left. I decide to get ...