Riad Dar El Kebira
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So many of you know that I was planning to travel to Lebanon and Tunisia this year. Unfortunately, a little saber rattling by the US changed my plans two weeks ago. So instead of flying to Beruit on September 25, 2013, I found myself on a flight from Seattle to London to Casablanca. My flight to London was uneventful although I had an enjoyable " …
... therapy). For March we had 6 or 7 stagiares and for April we have 13 in addition to me and another volunteer who recently came from Sweden. Basically, there are too many hands and many days it feels like they're making work for me. It's a common problem with volunteering, but frustrating especially since I have experience there now and am capable of helping much more than I could when I started. Nevertheless, I'm still very happy with ...
... into what I wanted to hear, “Stay, ...
... in the world and its minaret or tower is the worlds tallest standing at almost 700 ft or 60 stories high which is topped by a laser light which is directed towards Mecca. The mosque looks out to the Atlantic Ocean, the walls are hand-crafted marble and the roof is retractable.
The tour costs us $12 to enter, we went back and forth about the exchange rate and eventually decided that 1 dirham equals 10 cents. Even after we ...
... Once inside however, we enter a three level home, which shows signs of recent renovation and is very comfortable. Nearby we visit a cafe situated high on a headland above the sea. All the streets, doors and windows are decorated in blue and white and we might well be in the Greek Islands. Our host family consists of the mother, Sadiya and her two sons, Ilias (Elliot) and Hamza. Ilias is in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet