Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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... listing my details, flight information and a description of the trailer. There was a luggage menu to assist with luggage descriptions. Nothing looked like a bike trailer. "Tonight, you go to Terminal 2 and collect your bag." He handed me the delayed baggage form. "Or you can send someone. "Thank you." I took my bike through security. I think someone is supposed to verify that bags match baggage receipts, but that didn't happen. I took the bike down the elevator to ...
... and roads, a few coffee shops, but if there was markets or souks, I never saw them, I came away unimpressed, there may be more to Casablanca, but I never saw it in the time we had available
(Those that did go into the mosque all came out suitably impressed, but I would prefer a Hindu or Chinese temple any day)
the Mosque is dedicated to Hassan 2, know idea who he was or when he was knocking about
We did try and find somewhere to get ...
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... opinion—and am told that Boskoura is to the right. I continue on a sun scorched stretch until finally reach the town itself. When I first visited Boskoura back in 2008, I ranked it as one of my worst towns ever. Seemingly dead end industrial streets… littered fields… houses built seemingly randomly… no “soul” whatsoever except for 4 or 5 shops. And it didn’t help that it was pouring down rain and there was nowhere for me to play my ...
... just wanted to go to the mosque and that was it!!
We arrived at the mosque after a short, yet intense, cab ride. The cab driver was wizzing in and out of traffic, scaring the day lights out of me. Yelling to people on the road. I started to realize I LOVE taxi cabs. It was a super fun way to see the city and my adrenaline was sky high from being nervous and so excited! I've taken many cab rides since and I always love the feeling of landing in a totally different ...