Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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... the ‘man’, there was a small stall on the quayside selling a range of the usual tat. I took a couple of fridge magnets and shoved 34 dinar in his hand which equated to the change I received in Rick’s café for the coffees. He took a look and with a smile said ‘Merci’ in a ‘I would have given you another 3 fridge magnets for that’ kind of look!!
We got back on board and opened our cabin door to a nice surprise. Derek, ...
... in the day, came out of their room and greeted us, and Eunice offered to make us a pot of tea, which we gratefully accepted. Twenty minutes later he came out with a silver tray holding a traditionally Moroccan tea pot and 6 painted glasses. We watched him pour the tea, lifting up the pot higher and higher as he poured, and we could smell the sweet, herby smell of mint. We sat back and enjoyed our first taste of the drink of Morocco, a strongly sweetened mint tea, ...
... II, and the first mosque I have walked into without having to cover my head or wear clothes covering from wrist to ankle. Apparently it can have 105,000 people praying at the one time and has its own roof that opens when it is full. It's architecture shows respect to 3 different religions: Catholics - shaped like cathedral, Jewish - the balconies it has suspended for the women to use and Islam - the design on walls and arches. It was really quite pretty. After the mosque visit ...
... are a real decent guy. This was just for the sensor, at a more digestible price of AUD 94 plus AUD 25 shipping or 125 kiwi dollars. Although we don't have a part number for ours because the Moroccans whipped it out and put it back without us realising, we decided to take a gamble and order it and that was where all the fun started!
... that would be lame and far too easy and stress free. It was a quick stay in Casa but it always is for us in the big cities. We stopped in a small town called El Jadida. Originally a Portuguese fort, it's now a major port. We hit the Medina ("town" in Arabic) which was super chill, unlike most here . Most of all Morocco's medinas have the same layout. They typically have a packed urban conglomeration with defensive ...