Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
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... I contemplated the next move. Suddenly a bread roll appeared. I looked over. The roll was held by an outstretched hand belonging to a man sitting two seats over. I looked up. He was offering me the roll. "Oh. No, it's ok." I said. His hand moved quickly up and down. He nodded his head. I wasn't really sure what to do, take the roll or risk insulting him by refusing. I took the roll. I said, "Shukran" (Translation: Thank you) He quickly turned to look through his bag. ...
I walked the 2.5km from my first hotel near the train station to the one where I'll be meeting the intrepid tour in town. Not the nicest part of town with most of the walk stinking like urine but easy enough on a quiet day.Check in was straight forward but the tour only started at six so I had half a day to kill. I spent this on a walk around town starting at the Arab League park then walking to the coast and ...
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... beautiful mosques—and even a nice park being built with ponds, trees and paths. OK Boskoura, you’re not going to win any awards, but I guess I will take you out of my “Bottom 10” list… And today happens to be market day, so I decide to check the open air market out. Here I get a distinctly rural feel, with rugged, weather beater country folk coming to do their weekly stock up on supplies—it doesn’t have the dodgy feel of Casablanca ...
... When the sh-t really hits the fan, you're going to need more than a car to be safe.
After things quieted down a little, I headed towards downtown to see what had happened. Along the just spruced up Mohamed V boulevard, there was broken glass everywhere, car windows smashed, shops looted. There was a surreal calm as people were quietly sweeping up the glass in front of their shops. Not a policeman in sight anywhere.
"This has happened before" I heard a ...