Best Western Hotel Toubkal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... though our Arabic is a little weak, we could discern was no insignificant amount. Almost 11 PM, the box seems to hold more candles than a circus VW can hold clowns, and folks start drifting toward the grilled meat, now ready. Somehow this is not our idea of a picnic and we drift toward the door. Nobody welcomed us on arrival, nobody greets us on departure. Behind us, as an excited voice is haranguing the dwindling few to buy another holy candle, we slip out the ...
... Crops, sugar cane, cactus. Again we cross the longest river (Daraa), which flows always. Not sure about land ownership here. No fences, No farm houses. The farmers must live in villages and come to their plots to work. The buildings are still the same pink/red of Marakeech. It's a very different pace of life here in rural areas where donkeys are the main means of transport. As we move closer to Casablanca the soil changes from red to very rich dark chocolate - very ...
... 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 ...
... good so I had to mime what I wanted.
I even to two different carpet co-ops near the hotel; one in the Old Medina and one just a block from the hotel. I bought a carpet at the co-op at the Old Medina, but I was so overwhelmed, I forgot to take pictures! The second time, I remembered to take pictures. It is interesting that both places have different "patter" that go through to describe ...
... where old tradition meets the modern.
Observations so far.
1. There appear to be a lot of people standing around waiting to be of service, eg. In front of the hotel there are 5 guys standing about 6 – 8 meters apart, behind the bar there are 2 females one at each end of the bar and I'm the only one here just now, in the lobby area there are 3 men strategically placed and although there is no one in the restaurant behind me at the ...