Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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... to the sea. It is the only mosque that allows tourists into it. We are driving to Rabat now. In Rabat we saw the tomb of king Mohammed 5 th. He fought for moroccos independence from France and won it in 1956. He died in 1961. Lunch at a restaurant by the sea, a plate of seafood to share with fruit salad for dessert. I'm going to have to work on feeding ...
Today we went to Morocco. We got out of the ship in Casablanca and we got on to a bus. The bus took us to the middle of town. Right when we got out someone asked us if we wanted a tour and we said no. They kept trying to ask us so we got out of the area. And then we were looking at a map and another guy asked us if we wanted to take a ride for only 60€ and we said yes after a long ...
... who had an alliance with Poland) declared war on Germany. They probably should have done some market research first as to who had the most "oomph" but it was a bold move nonetheless.
As the Germans quickly overpowered them in the north of France, they quickly realised things were turning to custard and struck a deal with the Germans who were now occupying the top half of their beloved country. They and their colonies would "play ball" if they were left ...
... the trip. We suggested the day before that they produce a spicy lentil dish and they did and it was excellent.
Our tour was good but it had too much bus travel for the time. It is a difficult country to see without a lot of travel. Loved seeing the mountains, valleys and deserts of Morocco. Food not so much, we felt it tended to be overcooked veggies without much spicing. People are, by and large, ...
... Iberia. Not to completely finish exploring this region (I know I'll want to come back someday!), but to be able to leave without feeling that I have a bunch of half-finished projects. This I managed to do with flying colors: I finished or added to a whopping 13 Superhikes in Morocco, Spain and Portugal. Every single one was a positive experience--from a pleasant stroll in the Fes Region to absolutely amazing experiences in Lagos, Tafraoute, and Toubkal Regions. It's ...