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Another day, no mad rush, just more form filling and hanging about embassies, but as they keep reminding us, This Is Africa and it really depends who there is on the front desks
We drove to Casablanca and found a campsite, they had showers, albeit cold, internet and a chance to get some laundry done, we are all hoping the rain will hold off until things dry out
(even though it never rained in Rabat, my tent was soaking every ...
... we were very relieved to pass the customs and head home. I liked the experience of Marrakech, the people, their ways and the culture; my favourite dish was vegetarian tangine of course being a vegetarian. Vegetarians would not go hungry here as you have choice of vegetarian tagine, Harira soup (made with fresh tomatoes, chick peas, and lentils), vegetarian couscous and salad wraps which all come with local bread and olives in most ...
We arrive in Casablanca about 9 in the morning and would not be leaving until 11 that night. That was to allow people who wanted to go to Marrakech to make the 13 hour return journey. We opted for a ship tour of Casablanca city and the mosque which is the 3rd largest in the world. Morocco is mainly a Muslim country. As we were in Africa we opted for the ship tour as we were not sure what to expect. This was a good move as we did not feel that safe their. As soon as we got out ...
... hadn't eaten since breakfast so we were both starving! Our day took us off the beaten track where it was difficult to find any cafes serving meals throughout the daytime due to Ramadan. At least the three course meal was well worth the wait, traditional Moroccan cuisine including flat bread with sauces tomato and paprika and dressed carrots followed by a slow cooked lamb on the bones accompanied by apricots, nuts and prunes in a tagine then banana in an orange ...
... wealthy people moving in and taking over this area. Yep... pretty soon I come across a big, tall guy who asks me for money... A little later, another fellow seems to me trailing me, then asks me the time (a very common ploy) then calls me over to come talk to him. I scurry along. Yeah, I want to get past this area as quick as I can. Finally I reach the town of Sidi Rahal, and heave a sigh of relief. This town is more of a mix of upper and middle ...