Blanco Riad Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from Qalha village who were very generous and showed us around. THE HIGHLIGHT OF MOROCCO! Al-hamdulliah. No more details here, if u wanna know, please pay me a coffee visit ;) I will be more than happy to give u the details, and share the joy and pictures. May my visit in Chefchaouen ends at the highlight, I'm going back to Fez tonight and will be joining the world sacred festival. Al-hamdulliah. I'm so blessed to meet you all. To all of us, ...
... from the ship. As I said, we arrived in Tanger Med and had to drive right into the middle of Tangier. Now, because Morocco isn’t in Europe (who knew that!), our GPS with her European & Russian maps wouldn’t work. So basically we drove from the port to Tangier not knowing where the duck we were going! Somehow we ended up on the Motorway and Nick wanted to head towards Rabat – “No! We’ve got to go towards Tangier.” ...
... so we will be tight to catch the 12 o'clock but want to make the one o'clock otherwise the next ferry isn't till four pm. Most of our drive is on a highway bordering the Mediterranean so quite picturesque. We pass by Marabella & Mijas, two cities a friend has said are worth seeing. Regrettably we can't risk missing our ferry so we pass them by.
We arrive in Tarifa just after 12, so we will catch the 1 o'clock which will get us there at the same time ...
... point, Joel and some of the other volunteers were there, so I let them deal with Ashraf. He wasn't torn up too bad, thankfully the skin wasn't even broken, but he was obviously upset. The sad part is that he really can't control his face very much. If he can close his mouth, I've never seen it happen, and he can't make a whole lot of noise, so the only sign he was in pain was the steady stream of tears slipping out of his eyes. I felt terrible.
Ali spit in my face. ...
Friday morning we left for Morocco. I packed only my clothes, bottled water, cash, and a toothbrush. We took a three and a half hour bus ride to the coast of Spain (Tarifa) where we went through customs and loaded a ferry to take us to the other side. Technically, yes, I did see the Rock of Gibraltar but not in the way I would have wanted. In the midst of the other things that I got to see on this trip, the Rock of Gibraltar really isn't a priority at this point.