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Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... and a small ceramic bowl.
Morocco was a new country for us, and the first Arab country we have visited. We saw a lot and loved the diversity of the cities we saw. It definitely felt like a very different culture, where women are still treated as second-class citizens. We felt fairly safe and found the country interesting but probably wouldn’t return.
Pictures to follow when we have decent Internet access, probably Turkey.
... details of the building. Taking more photos. The call to prayer happened while I was there, that was neat to hear up close. I had heard it from a distance, but never up close. There were plenty of people heading into the mosque for prayer. After the call to prayer I made my way to the edge of the grounds to sit and people watch waiting for the tour. The mosque sits on the ocean, so I was surrounded by beauty and knew the time would fly by. Eventually as ...
The day started a little early than as expected due to my phone alarm waking us at 6am like it was meant to but then only to find out after ours showers that it had woken us at 5am somehow. Pity being we had decided against doing the ship tour to Marrakech and to stick with looking around Casablanca instead.
So we had plenty of time to watch the ship come into port at Casablanca and have an easy morning breaksfast before heading off the ship for our day.
... showed us the lighthouse as we went past then finally we saw a big M and we knew we were at maccy's!!!! He went in and got water from the toilet and then went on his merry way as he said he lived near to there, was nice to just chat knowing we didn't owe him anything at the end of it!!! So we had a well deserved macdonalds and had also reached the beach!!! Don't think bikinis would have gone down well here so good job we hadn't planned a tanning sesh on the sandy beach... ...
... seemed like the unpaved streets of my mothers village (Calabor). People were in coffee houses, cafés, eateries and walking in the streets. Cars and donkeys passed hand in hand. I wander through the streets into the medina and beyond into la Place de Nationes Unis. This square was like Times Square meets Tahrir Square. Busy, disorganised, electric. this place ...
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