Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... just on the shore in Casablanca, it supposed to be the 3rd largest in the world, it can handle 25000 of the faithful when they all come a praying, but it was pretty empty while we were there, there was plenty of people wandering around the plaza and lots of tour groups
(I have seen too many mosques and even though the architecture is very good and everything is all marble and polished stone, they all seem rather soulless to me, but I took a ...
... this out] or other activities that cost money compared to some other trips we have done. As you might expect most of our expenditure went on accommodation (58%) and then food (25%) and then around 7% each on transport and sights/activities. Overall it is a cheap place to visit but like everywhere else how much you spend depends exactly on your needs [accommodation and food] and what you want to do [for example doing Camel treks will quickly add to your cost] ...
... where we found the souks, a real maze but from what we have heard Marakesh ones are much more confusing! Everyone has been very friendly, but we have been very careful not to take any photos where people have been around etc and of course watching for pick pockets, as we know we are targets, and of course everything is done through a tipping system, you literally pay for every service on top of what you buy. The souks were full of copy gear, nothing worth stopping to pick ...
... stunning Mosque Hassan II, the second largest mosque in the world next to the one in Mecca, Saudi Arabia; and the large mansions on the hill. According to our guide the cheapest of these homes go for the equivalent of $1 million USD. We strolled along the Corniche, passing the big pool clubs and terraces, as well as the abundance of nightclubs; synonymous with Casablanca.
In preparation for our next destination, Barcelona, and in need of ...
... The ring is supposed to keep heckling down and keep men from bothering Western women. The ring might have worked, but my shorts and t-shirt were not long enough. It would turn out to be an important part of my experience in Morocco and a HUGE lesson for me when it comes to travel and respecting other cultures while keeping yourself safe.
We took a tour bus from the port into the city and even before we got off the bus taxi cab drivers were calling to us, offering us ...