Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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... more traditionally-attired inhabitants. At the end of a long day, several group members decide to remain at the hotel for dinner. I go out with two others to walk the bustling streets just after sunset. We choose a sidewalk café and sit for hours conversing and observing life in this port city at the threshold of Europe. After a week of overeating, a Salad Nicoise followed by one scoop of gelato and a cappucino are the perfect end to this visit to Morocco. I'll be back as soon as ...
... pushing stuff into our hands back to the bus to the ferry to the crazy long bus back to Malaga. Overall, while it was cool to go to Africa and ride a camel and see another country/continent, I was mostly underwhelmed and annoyed with the tour. I usually avoid these types of big bus tours because I feel like we are herded like cattle and shuffled past one thing to the next with a few minutes to snap a quick picture. I also found that you have the most annoying, self entitled, ...
... swayed the conversation a bit. After a little bit of talk he said "usually this scarf runs at 400 durum, but for you my friend, I will start it at 300. And you know in Morocco you never settle on the first price, you must negotiate a good price. But for you my friend, I will give you my best price of 300." Now this was odd to me to have someone tell us that he has increased the price and expects us to barter to bring it down.
We then decided to ...
... looks like." Even though I realized my mistake, something he said to all of us later in the first week pulled me back to that first gut reaction. “You’re here 4 months; you’re still a tourist. Stay a year and you begin to know the culture.”
Now, I don’t think I have too many delusions about passing for a native here. It’s hard to when almost every man follows you with his ...
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