Hotel Anfa Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I managed to cushion her fall a little, but she was out cold just in front of the immigration desk. I cradled her head and she came round in a second or so looking utterly baffled. “How did I get here?” were the first words out of her mouth. A couple of lovely Indian ladies bustled over and offered water and some smelling salts (they're still a thing?!?!?). Under her ministration Lauren recovered and stood up. I took our passports out and then caught Lauren. ...
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... the security zone insist on Euros.
We managed to spend most of our remaining Dirhams on nuts and juice.
Waiting at our gate we were bombarded by loud flight (?) announcements on a non-stop basis. Loading our plane, along with another both proceeded through nearly the same door at the same time, onto two different buses parked beside each other.
As our last experience of Morocco, it was fitting.
... That's fine. This is a stripped-down, very basic Superhike now. No parkbench concerts. No new towns added. Not even really trying to discover anything new. Just get from point A to point B as quickly as possible. The Rich and the Poor So off we go. First Mission in Stripped-down Mode: walk from Tamaris (the farthest on the southern coast I got way back in 2008) to El Jadida, an important city a 100 kilometers away. Part of that will be through quiet ...
... bit further along so I decided to take my chances and wait. Sure enough the second station was for Tangier central and everybody disembarked there.
Leaving the train I headed for the bathrooms and changed my shirt to something a little more covered up. My other one was quite modest but I thought I’d be on the safe side because I wasn’t sure what the place would be like. I thought Tangier would be a bit more liberal than other cities because it was right next ...