Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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... though our Arabic is a little weak, we could discern was no insignificant amount. Almost 11 PM, the box seems to hold more candles than a circus VW can hold clowns, and folks start drifting toward the grilled meat, now ready. Somehow this is not our idea of a picnic and we drift toward the door. Nobody welcomed us on arrival, nobody greets us on departure. Behind us, as an excited voice is haranguing the dwindling few to buy another holy candle, we slip out the ...
... soil. The area we are in is famous for its Arabic horses. Sunflowers, maize & lentils are grown here. There are irrigated areas that grow vegetables. We are 60 km inland from the Atlantic. Casablanca population has grown from 1912 20k, 1960 900k, 2015 5M. Casablanca exports Oranges, Vegetables and phosphate to Europe and the middle east. Casablanca was ruled by Portugal during the 16 - 18th C. Casablanca is a Portuguese name meaning casa (house) blanc (white). So ...
... port each day until the end of the cruise. We received a phone call in our cabin from Emelia asking if we had had our invitation for lunch with the Captain today at 12:15. It was currently 11:50 so the answer to that was a resounding ‘NO!’ I popped down to the reception to ask why this was. Apparently there are over 300 ‘black’ MSC members on board, and the invitation to lunch is currently only extended to Portuguese speakers as they hold the ...
... on to Dawn’s tablet, we did it. We walked straight down Boulevard Moulay Youssef and found Parc de la Lingue Arabe, trees filled with these white birds. We stopped for Cafe au Lait and Cafe Espresso, then spent 5 Euros on a Petite Taxi back to the port. All in all great day in Casablanca and now we are sailing on a rough, rocking and rolling ride to the Canary Islands. Good thing we brought motion sickness drugs. ...
We arrive in Casablanca about 9 in the morning and would not be leaving until 11 that night. That was to allow people who wanted to go to Marrakech to make the 13 hour return journey. We opted for a ship tour of Casablanca city and the mosque which is the 3rd largest in the world. Morocco is mainly a Muslim country. As we were in Africa we opted for the ship tour as we were not sure what to expect. This was a good move as we did not feel that safe their. As soon as we got out ...