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... rights. But it’s the rules of the country we are in. It's not like our country if perfect in this respect.
This evening we went out again to give things another go, and it was very noticeable that families were out together, dining and in cafes, well some cafes. The women were dressed in beautiful attire of many styles from very traditional to contemporary. And people are happy. Unless of course they are driving around an imaginary round point in front of the cafe we ...
... wall but unfortunately the seafood was average at best. Worse it was a constant struggle money wise as every place we tried over the first couple of days here tried to over charge us and that ruined the place for us even more and while there we some more upscale restaurants selling seafood we were just so put off by that stage.
On the more promising side food wise around the 3rd or 4th night here we found a place called Ali's which ...
... second class tickets, 85 Dh ($10) per person. The main difference from 1st class being non assigned seating. And no need to get them in advance, unless maybe on weekends and holidays. It made me a little nervous not knowing if it was going to be an out of control free for all with pushing and shoving. But that worry proved unfounded. The train arrived 30 minutes late and we scored great window seats ...
... which is my British passport (British car) - keeps it nice and tidy! Handy having two passports! It is a very clever system because I cannot leave Morocco without the van.....or a fine!
... the garden as a memorial to Jacques Marjorelle. It is now the most amazing selection of Cacti and plants, as well as a Berber Museum. One of the glorious features of the garden is the colour blue or Marjorelle Blue as it is called, and there is lots of it! Everything is painted blue with white and dark yellow used as feature colours.
Next stop on our day of exploration was the Medina where we met our guide. Getting a guide to show you a place can ...