Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... board. I immediately rang and spoke to Stephen who wasn't that bothered about attending if we weren't going. I was advised that the English speakers will be getting an invite at some stage although I couldn't really see when they will be able to fit us in as today is the last sea day. From now on every day we will be ashore during the day. Stephen apologised for the misunderstanding and said that the fact that his invitation was in Portuguese should have been a clue!! ...
... the train left to catch our breath and gather our thoughts. It was really happening. We were finally in Morocco and headed for the last transportation to our final destination.
The train from the airport to the main Casablanca station ("Casa Voyageur") took about 45 minutes and we spent it catching up with our friends, who had flown to Casablanca through Frankfurt and arrived at the airport an hour earlier than we did. We continued to marvel at our good luck to ...
... asking you questions in usually English, French, or German. Most of the time they were friendly and would barter with you over the prices. Some of the times they weren't friendly, and would try to rip you off. After spending the day getting a bunch of cool items, I headed to the city of Marrakech to find the hostel with a few of the people I was going on the camel trek with. We arrived in the entrance to the medina at 1 in the morning (after a 3 hour train and half ...
... for easy prey, so you can never be completely relaxed. This plaza/pedestrian street feels like a breath of fresh air. I walk up Mohamed V boulevard, also for pedestrians only. Many of the shabby colonial era buildings have gotten a fresh coat of paint--I guess because the king passed through here when the tramway was inaugurated. But the paint only got so far. After a couple blocks, the buildings look completely run down again. A bit farther, and off to the left is ...
... 1942 classic, I replied <i>“Weigh it again, Pam!!!’</i> (I bet you didn’t see that coming!!!) On returning to the ship, we passed another Rick’s café. This one seemed a little bit more up market. We seemed to be getting in to an “<i>I’m Sparticus’</i>” situation although I’m sure none of them featured in the movie. (Casablanca, that is. Not Sparticus!!) Casablanca was an interesting ...