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... one of the largest in Africa. The population grew quickly and by 1912 was 59,000.
From 1915 the French architect Henri Prost set about planning a new city with wide boulevards lined with apartment buildings to house a population of 70,000. By 1950 Casablanca was booming and had a population of nearly 1,000,000.
Today Casablanca is the country's centre for trade, industry and finance and it also houses the stock exchange. It is an ...
... out there even of hard weather ,we will
arrive in Imilchil in the late afternoon before checking in to your
hotel; Auberge Tislit by the beautiful lake of Tislit. Dinner Bed and
Day 4: Imilchil – Todgha Gorge – Merzouga
After a morning breakfast we will leave Imilchil to Todgha Gorge the
highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco with panoramic views of the old
mud Berber villages overlooking ...
Big days travelling.
Set out from Santiago at 3.30am, flight to Madrid, Madrid to Casablanca arriving about 1.30pm. The formalities to get out of the airport took forever. Such a contrast to the clean green world we have come from. Unfortunately our greatest impression so far is the litter everywhere. Overlooking that the the city is chaos, crazy energy, we are pleased we are not attempting to drive.
Of course we found ourselves in the old medina. ...
... letting him know we were not impressed. My Arabic from my Egypt trip came in handy! The afternoon we spent wandering the souk and watching the entertainers. We found someone with a vulture and a few hawks walking around trying to get tourists to take pictures. We had our last targine dinner goodness and headed back to our cheaper hotel to sort out our packs. Day 9 - we headed for the airport in Marrakech to catch our flight to Madrid. So ends our Moroccan adventure, stay tuned for the Spanish one!! ...
... main floor of the mosque, only the men were allowed there to pray and the woman and children were upstairs and out of sight, yet they shared one big open bathroom aligned with stall doors all around. And inside were what I can describe best, as floor drains!
These drains had 2 porcelain steps or pads in the center that you stand on and must just squat to do your business if you’re female. I don’t even want to think ...