Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
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Whilst a relaxing holiday by the seaside was appealing on this occasion we decided we would prefer to push the boundaries and pursue a cultural experience whilst also taking the opportunity to catch up with friends. Our chosen destination was Morocco, followed by Spain along with a little stopover in Qatar tagged onto the end. We have to say that we found Morocco to be the country that just keeps giving, just when we thought we had hit the highlight ...
I'm writing this the day after we visited Morocco. We had a huge day leaving the ship at 8.00am and not back until 8.45pm. Morocco is a new kind of crazy! Very different to Israel , Italy and Spain. Casablanca is a relatively modern city as far as Europe goes with not so much of the ancient architecture. Palm Trees and high rise buildings and huge roundabout intersections with cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes, push bikes and pedestrians all trying to get through it at the ...
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... flair. Catching a taxi at the hotel began a mad, headlong dash into chaos and bizarreness. The driver clearly believed that he was in a formula one race as he tore through the streets. He didn't manage to go up on two wheels on turns but he would get to within inches of other cars forcing them to move.
Arriving at the airport, we emerge from taxi shaken but not stirred, only to be tossed into a new ring ...
... of nowhere beach. Another long barefoot hike... And finally people once again. But this isn't the Middle of Nowhere anymore. Around a bend, and suddenly, the mouth of Oum Rbia, the longest river in Morocco, and the walls of Azemmour on the other side welcoming me to the finish line of today's hike. And something else--the hulking remains of a large shipwreck, leaning wearily in the shallow water. Here I do wish I had brought my camera with me... And so today' ...