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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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After a short rest, Roz and I ventured out to get acquainted with Casablanca. We walked down the street to the Old Medina, the local shopping bazar. Neither of us knew what to expect, and I admit it was a bit unnerving to walk down the street for the first time, unaccompanied, in a strange Muslim country. Just crossing ...
... driver speeding up to pass a truck on narrow road, going uphill, into a blind curve.) And though many Moroccans were out to exploit us, many were diligent in their goal to protect us. Our trekking and touring guides were solicitous about our health and safety. The hotel employee who accompanied us on a five-hour round trip hike to a waterfall insisted on wearing our daypack and offering his hand each time we stone-stepped across the moving stream. Then he invited us ...
... artists singing to a table. The next thing I knew an insistent waiter seated me at a table nearby. 'Have you grilled vegetable?' I asked. 'Oui! Fruits de Mer Mixte!' He clearly didn't speak English. I tried giving examples of 'vegetables' with my broken French, 'Comme le concombre, les champignons, et vert...' He either understood nothing, or that his shop didn't offer any vegetarian options, so I ordered mixed seafood. It turned out to be deep fried. With ...
... 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, ...
... a time and they escorted through the mosque fairly quickly. Because we got there in between the allowed times, we wondered around, taking pictures, and enjoying the ocean. While we were waiting, someone showed us how to tie our headscarves in a traditional Muslim style and then how to tie them in the Berber style. There were several Berber women doing henna tattoos on the boardwalk and one them just grabbed my hand and started doing it! Before I could even say no she was ...