Domaine de la Roseraie
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some English! Most impressive Annoyances Banking system - always connection problems for paying by MasterCard.......then when one pays by cash the amount appears on my credit card statement and this takes a week to be rectified! Most annoying The touts Obviously high unemployment rate and no social security system - hence touts and beggars but not as bad as some other parts of the world such as India One day we were in a restaurant with Fayssal and we bought a bottle of wine to share ...
... amp; seeing their horses. Well we were very naive about that!! It turned out the place could cater for 2,500 people! You walked into a mammoth complex past all people led up on a red carpet! There were heaps of luxurious tents which held about 100 people. We were then served dinner which was soup, lamb shanks, couscous with chicken & vegetables then a sweet & fruit. During this, groups of people came ...
... Clear warm sunny day and we took our tour guide's advice and enjoyed a seafood lunch at the cafe Sinatra on the second floor of a building giving us gorgeous views along the distant coastline. After lunch we visited the relatively new Hassan 2nd mosque built only 10 years ago at a cost of $835US to build. It is the 3rd largest mosque I the world so was really impressive perched on a rocky outcrop over the Atlantic Ocean. ...
... off, minibus stops to pick up more passengers, strictly following the maxima that where there is room for 30, there is always room for two or three more.
At certain moments, there were well over 30 of us cramped together in a minibus with 16 or 17 seats. Veni and me sat on an improvised bench behind the driver’s seat, contrary to the direction of driving, but that was super comfortable and luxurious compared to all those who were standing. They were shaking ...
2 hrs, 3 kms
If I had just gone back the way I came after I climbed Toubkal, it would've been a quick five hour trip to get back to Casablanca. Now that I'm on the wrong side of the mountains, it's an unpredictable trip that could take me from 12 to 20 hours--and I have to be back at work tomorrow, so I'd better not waste a lot of time. I'd really like to continue exploring this valley all the way to the end, but that's not going to happen on this ...