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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Heated pool
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... Both looked in shock and were becoming upset. Farass paused the van to talk to them, then we drove on. Later, he told us that they had called the owner of the truck, who was angry. It was new, they were inexperienced, probably never driven in the rain before. This was a big problem for them. We drove on, the rain fell. Two bends later, a sedan had slid and punctured the road's steel barrier and rolled twenty metres down the rocky slope. A small crowd had already ...
... seems to send you exactly who you need at just the right time. I've met Greg who had just finished nine months of hitch-hiking eastern Europe, Russia and Mongolia, Kate who is a solo-traveler and banker from Singapore, Bastion and Aron who are best friends from Holland and had just lived 2 months in Iran and Momo my Moroccan surfing instructor. Yup... I have been bumming around a north African beach, surfing, camel riding, dancing, solving the ...
... by the government bringing one of the popular singers in all of Morocco...it's always like this in summer. During the day everyone crowds the beach, surfs or sleeps because the square isn't nearly as crowded. We opted for our usual hostel. And it was so typical of most, it did not disappoint. You'll read more in the photo section. The guys running it live in pajamas....or Moroccan clothes, which are actually huge man pajamas. They are travelers that work to earn their room and ...
... Ian would not. OK, a discussion for later...right now it's time for lunch.
We choose a pavement cafe for a light lunch. Here we are treated to all kinds of entertainment for a few dirhams a time. The acrobats are the best. We decide to chance the icecream...it looks (and tastes) delicious: cherry and pistachio for me, coffee and peach for Ian. Yum.
We return to our guest house to find that we have indeed been upgraded. There is a penalty to pay however, ...
... have one session a day. That helped us to use our brains and increase our vocabulary. Sasha also kept studying Spanish using a textbook that he had bought in Barcelona weeks before. We were just chilling and having a "real vacation."
Not being BIG fans of eating animal flesh, we opted to eat couscous and tajines EVERY.SINGLE. DAY. At some point we just said: "Halaas, no more." (Halaas means "that's it" in Arabic.) Fortunately, there ...