Chellah Hotel Tangier
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The buffet was amazing and great
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... everyone pleasant and far from aggressive. We had several shop keepers go out of their way to help and direct us and on two occasions walk us to where we wanted to be. We left with a favourable impression of one of the places that tourists tend to avoid.
We had had an early start, for us, and were a little tired but enjoyed a pleasant ...
... Most businesses are closed, certainly the 3 insurance brokers we find are. As we walk through the city it is very obvious that Penny is the one of very few women out today, and certainly the only white one. There are large amounts of Moroccan men about, walking, talking sitting in cafes, but no women. It was somewhat uncomfortable. The business of insurance was unable to be completed so we decided to head to the Medina and the markets. They too were closed. We met Abdul the Guide, ...
... and also have good seafood and beaches. In all regards we would end up a little disappointed although I would say with the later we have very high standards.
The town was pleasant enough (compared to most) and the Medina has huge potential and is certainly colorful (yes blues again) and has a great location right on the sea however it is a bit dead with a lack of shops and eateries with most of the action happening outside the ...
... and Moustofa begrudgingly took a fair price for his food.
If you go to Morocco in future do look out for this common trick, as what do they care as you will not likely be back.
To pass the afternoon we searched for the old fort in the Kabala. An imposing entrance, leading through to old world winding streets, ornate doorways, odd colour schemes and great views of the harbor. The was a museum which we passed and crumbling ...
... on the computer and put some ink onto the number! Back I went to my newfound buddy who then copied the number into his computer which now ties the van to my passport.