Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... 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
... and massive too; the carrots were about 2-3cm in diameter and a good 9 inches long....I have never seen such big carrots....it was time to move on.
... 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 ...
... the warnings I got from my co-hikers about the Mohammedia forest on our hike to Chellal last year. And there’s a fellow who acts suspiciously friendly that is walking parallel to me for a little ways… Finally I decide it’s now or never, and I dive into the woods. I follow the road for a bit and then head into the woods so I’ll see only trees and nature around me. It is a pleasant feeling to be surrounded by trees in an place so close to the urban ...
... t sure exactly how long but luckily my stop was one of the last so I knew I’d be woken by people climbing off.
I woke as we pulled in the Gare Routiere at Tetuon. It seemed as though we had a long stop there and people were disembarking and embarking. We must have been there close to forty minutes and I watched in semi amusement as a man argued with our bus driver about putting his goat in the storage area of the bus. He must have ended up winning because he ...