Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... stereotypes were blown away by the nice people I met, and the beautiful sights I saw. Morocco is probably going to be a place I will come back to when I get the chance to! I don't think I've said it in my blog yet, but due to the Ebola in Africa, our itinerary was altered. Instead of going to Senegal and Ghana, we will be going to Italy and Spain. While I am sad we won't see those countries, I am excited for the change, and pray for the people affected by this terrible ...
... Asians, and Europeans all meet. We really are looking forward to spending a little time on the way home and exploring, immersing ourselves in the souks, and the hotel pool by the forecast temperatures!
Boarding our second flight leg we were delighted to find that not only did we just have two seats side by side but the exit row so we could not complain about the leg room. As luck would have it Rod just happened to slide the window shade up ...
... not enamoured with Japanese imports coming into the UK other than through themselves, so promptly advised us to contact Nissan Japan who came back and said they could supply, but only through a dealer - they could not supply us! Our problem is that Nissan Morocco will not order a part for a model that is not sold in the country, same as Nissan UK.......it's a stalemate!
... against the crashing waves.
After, not sorry to leave Casa, we travelled north along the coastline to Rabat, a lovely drive watching the waves and seeing the true landscape of flat, colourful villages.
We love our Riad, the old home which has a central courtyard and a rat's warren of rooms and bathrooms for rent. It's very Moroccan of course and has ...
... once this town gets turned into an exclusively upscale suburb? Will they be pushed farther out into the hinterlands? Or will they move to crime ridden slums? For now, the rich and poor still live and meet here in Boskoura. And weary farmers on horsecarts come to shop here at the market, riding past million dollar villas and hulking SUVs. On through the forest Finally I reach the south end of Boskoura which I visited on my 08 trip, and quickly veer to the east—I have ...