Hotel Anfa Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to meet the train. It was 4:45. We had disembarked a plane, got into a bus, waited for the bus to become full, driven to the terminal, walked to and gotten through immigration, went downstairs, gotten through customs, ran the length of the terminal and gotten down into the train station in 25 minutes. I have never made it through any international airport in that time frame and this wasn’t that efficient of an airport. We couldn't believe it and took the 10 ...
... some dunes by moonlight and laying staring at the stars. After breakfast and trekking back to the base town, we spent majority of the day on the bus back to Marrakech. A few of our stops included a delicious lunch of kebabs and coca cola (big our there) and a random connivence store which had a monkey you could feed! We finally arrived back in Marrakech, where we shopped around for a little bit. After that our bus driver was nice enough to take us back ...
... lightly when we left for the airport at 7:30 am. We allowed plenty of time because we needed to stop by VAT refund desk after check-in. It took us 50 minutes to get to airport. And was super convenient to take Metro as we could see highway traffic was slowed down.
All went smooth at check in. Sadly, we were ...
... the time to thank him but I was really unclear of what was really happening. I go back to that perception, that the language is so forceful that it sounds like everyone is fighting. It was quite intimidating. Even though I didn’t shake his hand, we were courteous and did buy something so I feel ok about it. I’m the proud owner of Argon Oil wrinkle cream! You can only get it from the argon tree in Morocco and I just know it will ...
... feeling: on one side there's the satisfaction of having accomplished something big and excitement at knowing there will be fresh adventures ahead. On the other hand, there's the realization that I will probably never have such a special bond with a country like I've had with Morocco. I put this feeling into song: Enjoy it while you still can Once it's gone you'll never get it back You're gonna look back on this someday And realize it was your life's most beautiful ...