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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... Our meanderings eventually took us to the harbor and the local fish market. We stopped for lunch at a fish stall, where we picked out the seafood we wanted and had it grilled to order while we waited. We had octopus, shrimp, crab, and several types of fish -- no idea what kind - washed down with bottled water. Delicious! If that wasn't the freshest seafood I've ever eaten, it was definitely ...
... the progress and they had put a backing layer on the previously refined leather. The backing made the leather a cardboard box wrapped in leather rather than something smooth and elegant. The shop keeper politely refunded my deposit rather than trying again. He will be able to put that purse in his store with other inventory.
We reserved 1st class window seats on the bus/train combo to the former Capital of Meknes, for the 3rd.
... t throwing themselves at passers telling them to 'buy buy buy'. It was a breath of fresh ocean air that brought with it a feeling of contentment, of this "good life" people keep talking about. Morocco has the "good life", that's why our taxi driver came back from Boston to his home in Morocco. This is where I felt that. That sense of peace and, once again, timelessness.
We went to a restaurant situated at the end of a dock filled with fishing boats large and ...
... inside the ramparts where men were selling wooden items out of, what used to be, the ammunition storage units. At least, thats what I think the man said. I don't know if I said this already, but my French turned out to be better than I expected. I understand more than I thought And my vocabulary is more extensive than I realized; thanks 14 years of French classes! Speaking of getting lost, you'd think Jill and I would have learned to give up and turn around ...
... comes from the seeds of this tree once the Argan nut is broken and digested by (or chewed and spit out by) goats. That's right, goats eat the nut, poop out the seed and women collect the seeds and cold press them like olives to make high quality oil, or heat them to make lower grades of oil. We saw it all happen. Goats. In. Trees. The photos are hilarious, but google it if you can't wait for late February when we get home. Next stop, Sidi Ifni! ...