Atlas Les Almohades Tanger
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlas Les Almohades Tanger Tangier
Very nice place, but I prefer a more homey type place. This is big business all the way. If you want to get a feel for the real Morocco, don't pick this one. Food was ok but nothing local or special about it, caters to Americans who want American food. Although one can probably guess that by the photos and it was the tour company that made our choices for us unfortunately. Plus we didn't have time to use any of the amenities.
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Today is election day in Spain but you would not know it. No advertising, No Billboards, No sign of Polling Booths.
We have an early start as we travel from Granada to Tangiers (Morocco) some 320km via the port of Tarifa (Spain). First wwe learn some arabic wordss:-
May God be with you Salum Akbar (I think)
Yes Waha …
We completed our trip back to Tangier, where upon arrival, we gave the tips to Hassan & Mohammed, went to our rooms with plans to meet up again at 4 pm to go sightseeing. Meghan and I went to the restaurant on the corner and we each ordered a chicken couscous. It was huge! Meghan thought it would be big and asked if I wanted to share but I was …
... and colours. Men also do their best not to appear boring and uniform: there are characters dressed in long white "shirts" that reach down to their ankles, distinguished men in business suits, and dudes wearing shorts.
So much diversity makes a person hungry. If you are on a tight budget and want to eat cheap in Tangier, your choice usually comes down to three options (not counting starters like salads or harira, an omnipresent and delicious thick ...
... by the street sellers sticking their wares into our faces and trying to make a sale. Fortunately, we held our cool and just ignored them. This was reminiscent of the days in Fiji where the sword sellers would harass the tourists to buy their handicrafts.
All of the kids even managed to ride a camel. It was the first time for most of them so, if nothing else, the tour was worthwhile just for the expressions on the kids' faces. Hamish did try to 'ride' ...
Over a delicious breakfast of coffee, croissants, baguettes and a Spanish version of Nuttela, we got to talking to one of the other hostel guests. She was a 30 something wardrobe stylist from LA who is on a life mission to visit every single country in the world (currently on number 103). Despite her worldliness from all her previous travels she had spent the entire previous day at the ...