Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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Population: 4,000,000 (Approx)
The area around Casablanca was first settled by Phoenicians who founded a trading post there in the 7th century BC.
In the 7th century AD Casablanca was a small Berber settlement at the base of the Anfa hills but due to its excellent strategic position it was discovered and coveted by various foreign powers. In 1466 the town was sacked by ...
... Every building is beautifully restored or ravishingly modern. Well... that's not true, but it captures how we felt that first morning. I'm writing this a couple of days later and the feeling still hasn't worn off. Nearly everyone else on our tour treats Morocco like a festering pit of filth and despair. Coming from India it constantly startles us with how nice it is. Only a single human **** on the side of the street! A ...
... in the huge room. There are 360 loudspeakers inside built into the carvings so they are not noticeable, all of which are turned on when there is a full house inside and outside. Such extravagance is hard to understand when just down the road there was a slum, and children playing in the dirt! We were in there for a while, so many facts and figures given to us, so have shared just a few! Will add photos when I can. Last stop was "shopping", but of course we were taken to ...
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Casablanca, city of 4 million, sitting on the Atlantic, conjures up so many images because of the ...
... even in traditional countries like Morocco. Now, if only I could convince Moroccans that they can eat cactus leaves (as we do in Mexico)...half the vegetable shortage problems would be solved... Down to the Beach I'd determined that I wasn't going to do any sightseeing on this hike--just focus at getting from Point A to Point B... but the beach is just over a sand dune a few hundred meters away... and it would be so much more fun to do part of this hike along ...