Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
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... and Spanish), but it gets trying and makes you feel a bit jaded and wary if anyone tries to strike up a conversation. "Resting ***** face" is vital to avoiding the shouts of the vendors on the street. I knew to expect great hospitality from Muslim culture but I was still blown away by the kindness and generosity of the family I stayed with. I am not sure I will ever be able to fully repay them for being such gracious ...
Weather :-(( Visited the train station to see how I would go transporting the bike to Fes. This is what happened: Train arrived. 2 minute riot. Doors closed. Train departed. Went to the bus terminal and bought a ticket. Also went to bike shop to ask them to save me a bike box for the return trip. The owner said his next shipment wouldn't arrive until May. No bike boxes, so we had coffee instead. Bought a shirt from the shopping ...
... Spanish, French and Arab influences all evident but from the port it just looks like a port. The word Casablanca actually comes from the Portuguese who renamed it in C16. Most of the signs and ads are in Arabic and French (here from 1912-1956). Amazing that for only 40 or so years the French have had such a lasting influence. A few cafés advertised Wifi but not many (unless in Arabic of course!). All of the taxis are beat up old white Mercedes. I saw a couple of ...
... by how clean this area was considering its function. I felt perfectly comfortable choosing my route as erratically as possible. The alleys were packed with kids engaged in the usual forms of play, social ostracism and random acts of cruelty. Small trucks and carts had been carefully navigated into the depths of this maze and fruit and vegetables were being probed for defects by stern eyed Moroccan ladies. Each piece of bread being sold was subjected to a barrage of finger ...
... fruit here compare to Turkey this time of year.
Some interesting murals, done by famous Spanish Graffiti artist Raja, livened up an otherwise drab wall. Occasionally the stench of urine wafted through the air and I noticed several people using the street as public toilet.on that note we end our first impression of ...