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... the Jews. Because I had expressed an interest in visiting these, the owner of our guiding company booked a cab and we went to visit one nearby. "Nearby" means 20 km, much of it on winding dusty road, from the particular remote valley in the mid-Atlas mountains where we happened to be. Jews out here? Oh, yes, I'm assured, and learn some more of the curious history and relationship with the Berbers. So we get to this dusty hillside and I'm facing a small room ...
... to build,it is built on 9,000 HA butting into the Atlantic. 25 k people can pray inside and 100 k outside the Mosque. All materials are sourced from Morocco except the white Carrera marble. It's roof opens (in 3 minutes) It cost E3 Billion. Entrance fee is Dmr 120 $A18 pp. It is the most beautiful modern building I have ever seen. The wow factor is 100+ out of 10. Superlative count - maybe 1200 verbals.
We pass the King of Saudi Arabia's little holiday pile overlooking ...
... of the dew, and as those that have put away a wet tent, it's not much fun, leaves and twigs stick to it)
We are going online to today to sort out a visa, it can only be done online, so I think that is why we are here
I haven’t mentioned what visas we have applied for, for security reasons and there is other trucks following us and we don’t want to compromise them )
I have been asked to post photos of the truck and how ...
... to the religion. The mosque cost 1 billion euro's to build about 20 years ago. From the mosque we passed by Rick's bar which is famous from the film Casablanca. Then it was on to Fatima area, which is the oldest area of Casablanca. Finally it was on to a market. Unfortunately there were lots of beggars and undesirable characters around and it was a relief to get back on the bus and back to the ship. While the name Casablanca contours up visions of a very exotic location it ...
... beach house, but also middle class Casablanca folks who have moved out here for the cheaper prices and to get away from the noise of the city. There's a nice row of eateries heading towards a rocky beach, then a little fishing port where you can buy and eat freshly cooked fish... a couple of well maintained parks... Nice... School just got out and there are crowds of kids about along the main highway, giving the feeling of a town that's alive and has a future. ...