Best Western Hotel Toubkal
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- Free parking
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... That also meant that despite a kind-hearted gentleman, spotting my look of bewilderment as I am in a country where I speak neither French nor Arabic, offering to let me use his cell phone to call my ride, I actually had no idea what phone number to call. I need not have worried though as after a few minutes Najib walked over and found me and took me back to his house.
Along the way we talked about their vacation to Turkey (they had just returned the day before) and ...
... souk (market) and the nouvelle Medina ( new city) with it's busy palm tree lined avenues, government buildings, modern shops and cafes. There is also a popular beach area that attracts tourist and locals. The most significant site in Casablanca is the King Hassan II Mosque, finished in 1993, it is the only mosque in Morocco open to none Muslims. Built on a rocky outcrop in the Atlantic Ocean, "God's palace is on the water" (from the Koran), it was designed ...
... Algeria... It was stunning! Beautiful red, Dessert sands, Rugged mountains, meandering rivers, steep cliffs, ploughed fields and miles And miles of shoreline with crashing surf. We arrived in Casablanca, 24.5 hours after take off from Sydney, and then after a long, boring trips into the city and our hotel, finally a hot shower, 42 hours since my last one, before I went to work on Tuesday! We had a quick nap, lucky we set ...
... when there was a massive jolt and it managed to move and shake the whole plane. I have flown a lot so I got a feeling that something wasn't quite right so asked my mum and she said it was fine- I suppose you don't think that something would actually go wrong. About half an hour later there was an announcement that we would be getting off of the plane and going back to wait at our gate for more news. Another half an hour later they couldn't tell us any more ...
... was a group dinner. Lauren and I were prepared for this, but were shocked by the chosen restaurant. It was luxurious; origami-ed white napkins and wine glasses. And it was priced to match. The expectation was that we would all order a three course meal. After blanching at the menu we both accepted that eating here would be a necessary blow to our budget. We'd rather pay a few more dollars than start the tour on a terrible footing. So we picked a couple of cheap things and ...