Hotel Anfa Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on to Dawn’s tablet, we did it. We walked straight down Boulevard Moulay Youssef and found Parc de la Lingue Arabe, trees filled with these white birds. We stopped for Cafe au Lait and Cafe Espresso, then spent 5 Euros on a Petite Taxi back to the port. All in all great day in Casablanca and now we are sailing on a rough, rocking and rolling ride to the Canary Islands. Good thing we brought motion sickness drugs. ...
... of goats that were out there.
On our flight we saw so many people from our flight out so it was so nice to see how they got on but also very weird that we knew so many people on one flight!!
I love Ghana as much (maybe more) as the other African countries I have visited and know that I will be back! Everyone is so friendly and welcoming- how can you not love Ghana?
... and that there are numerous areas to go trekking or to visit the desert and even do camel safaris [unfortunately it was the wrong time of the year for the last two]. With that in mind I had a rough plan of using Marrakesh as a base and then doing a bit of a trip through the middle-south of Morocco although I wasn't sure exactly where and if we would do in one go and come and go from Marrakesh. That stage complete we would start heading north visiting the cities of Casablanca, Rabat and ...
... br> We recalled the experiences of our friend from our home village of Crowdy Head. In 1995, when he when flying out of Tunis Carthage airport to Palermo, Sicily, he had been mistaken for an American gangster of the same name, arrested and detained in a room full of armed military officers for a day. Before we left Australia, our friend said solemnly "Whatever you do, don't argue with Tunisian officials..." We had had a similar scary experience in ...
... in the newer part where there is electricity. Some of the art they had there was gorgeous. They did a lot of their paintings with sugar water, which when they were done they held the paper over a flame and waited for the sugar to caramelise and show the picture. Sim got his first Moroccan haggling experience as well. He got me a pair of Moroccan pants from 150 DH to 70 DH which is about $5. Then found himself a pair as well. A very bright pair I might add as well lol. Then it ...