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... out the pressures and reasons that over 80% would emigrate on short notice. But they headed to Israel, to France, to Montreal. There are about 6000 Jews in Morocco today - most in Casablanca. And, around the country, an abandoned infrastructure of locked synagogues, weed-filled cemeteries and pilgrimage shrines to Jewish holy men.
But we were *************ly visitors to Jewish Morocco. On the day we visited the well-maintained synagogue in the Mellah (the ...
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We had another fabulous sleep and smooth journey and arrived to a very dense fog in Morocco. We have not booked a day trip and will make our way into Casablanca, though everyone says Rabat is much nicer, Casablanca is where I want to say I have been and to experience. We have the longest day here, with the latest time to board the ship being 2030.
Morocco (Fez) We decide to visit Morocco because the people there have a rich and interesting culture, that my colleague and I would love to experience firsthand. On the flight we researched our first Moroccan destination Fez. We found that Fez was established in the 9th century and is commended for establishing the first University in the world. Fez reached its peak between the 13th-14th centuries while it was governed ...
After a full day at sea, we arrived at Casablanca, Morocco, by 7am on Sunday. It was founded in 1575 by Portugal who had destroyed the existing city of Anfa. The local Muslim tribes drove the Portuguese out by 1755. It became a French Protectorate in 1911, until its independence after WWII. Despite some safety warnings from Costa, we set off on foot to explore this exotic sounding city.
First we ran ...
... given the splurge at Riad Malika [at least by our standards] and the fact that we were not able to utilise Hostels on this trip as much as other trips we have undertaken but generally you can still find reasonable priced accommodation (maybe only Rabat and to a less extent Casablanca was this an issue] This is somewhat balance by the fact that trekking is cheap and there were not huge amounts of sites [in terms of entrance fees, although hiring grand taxis to get to some of ...