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... also have interesting raisins and almonds in the preparation. Sometimes raisins or prunes turned up in the tajine, though the effect rarely matched my fantasy. We had seven-hour slow-roasted lamb occasionally and once even tried camel. As you may have observed, this is not a country for vegetarians.
Which got me thinking about the ecological interconnections of the meat economy. This country's early history is tied to trade and the caravans. Even today in ...
... over breakfast it was evident that the mist was lifting although it didn't stop many of the Brazilians wrapping up warm despite the weather report stating it was going to touch 25 degrees today.
It is a fair walk to the main road from the ship. Perfectly safe as there is a marked path for pedestrians. There are plenty of port police and several checkpoints, the first at the dock and the second at the port gate. Some taxis were allowed on to the dock but most ...
... traveling in the new city going toward the old city. The buildings were modern, then we came to the Art Deco area (colonial style). We drove to the ocean, and then we drove along the ocean to the old area. From that area we had a beautiful view of the Hassan the Second Mosque. It appeared to be floating on the Ocean. We passed the old lighthouse and then drove to the Corniche. This is the very upscale section of Casablanca, right on ...
... my purchases, the vendors would talk about how much they like Americans, how much they love their king. How much their king likes Americans…It was kind of funny to listen too. The sellers in the market speech little to no English so Arabic or French is preferred. I was excited at the end of the morning that I managed to barter and have a conversation at each stall in French without having to resort to English even once.
The food here is fantastic. Moroccan ...
... that we should not walk on train tracks. So we bungled our way to the other side of the train until one of the attendants found us, opened up the door for us, and turned on the light of his cell phone to guide us down to the platform. It was almost empty, so we were really the last people at the station. It felt like we closed the place down.
The train station at Fes is lovely and our first glimpse of the ornate Moroccan architecture that we expected to see, ...