Al Fath Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... people and this crack up German guy. Went to the beach and tried to buy some stuff but very unsuccessful. Our taxi ride was so late at 9pm at night it was negotiated at 100 dirham when it usually costs us 20. We were so mad cause the driver in the grand taxi took other people half the way. Tara and I did good cop bad cop, me being bad of ...
... that the rules of the roundabout are the same in New Zealand. There was a Give Way sign and indeed we had slowed and given way, but the aforementioned truck was still a considerable distance away from us (the other side of the roundabout!) at the time we entered the roundabout.
"Maybe your husband could not see properly because it is a right hand drive vehicle", he suggested. "On the contrary", I said "my husband would not have entered ...
... increased exchanges with European powers, chose Mogador as his key location. One of his objectives was to establish a harbour at the closest possible point from Marrakesh. The other was to cut off trade from Agadir in the south, which had been favouring political rival of Mohammed III (with thanks to Wikpedia).
Our hotel was pleasant enough but not special was within walking distance of the Medina and the fishing port. So after check-in the bus took us ...
... in Ouarzazate, not only because of Ian's loud snoring and the barking of street dogs but also due to the all night music from the cafe Jour et Nuit downstairs. Jeremy was so wound up about the latter that he went into the bar the following morning, with all the customers about, and had one of his big tantrums. Not that I knew about this till he told me a little later in the day.
The Great Moroccan Hitch began with a bus ride out of town, and ...
... countryside on secondary roads, so not at all unpleasant. The first half of the day was along spectacular coastline, again very reminiscent of the Oregon/ North California coast with great rollers slinking in over the reef to crash on rocky outcroppings, quite a high ridge with the highway on it, then flat green farmlands inland. There were the occasional upscale resort towns, identifiable by the fancy street lights, but certainly nothing like the buildings ...