Al Fath Hotel
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... as a film-making location. Now, celebrities are a frequent sight in the winding streets - Nicholas Cage, Leonardo DiCaprio and Sarah-Jessica Parker, among others have been seen enjoying the clear skies that lend themselves so well to film-making. However, it is the tax-free status given to studios along with the unique draw of total Non-censorship, the belief in art for art's sake, that draws so many foreign film-makers here.
From the ramparts, we had commanding views ...
... time not only did they want the paper work and the danger sign, Hamid had to get out the fire extinguisher which was under Ann's feet, as well. She was offering to just carry it in her lap after the third time. Hamid was very controlled each time. He would patiently give them everything they wanted and then resume his discourse on the police when he got back in the car. After the third stop though when he started to drive away he ...
... get you anywhere.
Saying 'no, I dont want anything. NO', usually does after a while! Oh
and for goodness sake, DO NOT tell anyone where you are from. They
are NOT interested, it is just a conversation starter and you will
not get rid of them once they start talking.
Then there are the local people who
start to recognise you. With Charly being blonde and us both having
dreadlocks, people find it very easy to recognise us. We now have
some locals who we ...
... brothers and didn't hate non-Muslims.
-- He said Jesus was a true prophet. (And prophets could never be killed.) But, God sent new prophets and new religions for changing times. Moncef believed the Koran was divinely inspired, because it had been written so beautifully in Arabic.
-- He believed a global war was to take place. And the anti-Christ would appear. The anti-Christ would perform amazing tricks. ...
... made our way to the beach. Much unlike the pace of Marrakech, nothing in Essaouira is hurried or rushed. Being a coastal city, it goes at a much slower pace. Most everyone is very carefree, even the hustlers on the streets. Yes, we were approached many times to buy things from people on the street, but it was with a little different feeling. They would ask with a much more relaxed attitude, and when I would inevitably decline their offer, they would just pass ...