Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... brewing the inevitable "Moroccan whisky" - mint tea with too much sugar. One local told me, "the Scots drink their whisky cold, in a cold climate, to warm up. We drink our whisky hot, in a hot climate, to cool down."
The core of Moroccan cooking is the tajine. Meat or chicken slow cooked with vegetables in a conical clay pot. I laugh as I reread my first blog and see how I was looking forward to these. Frankly, I don't want to see another tajine again for ...
... was just after 7am and we had arrived in Morocco. I was now fully alert and quite confident that our cabin was not possessed!!
This is a long day in port as one of the tours is ‘The Lights of Casablanca at Night’. Not sure what is so special with this city lit up and for $109 I’d be happy to stand on the deck and view the lights from there. For this reason, we will be docked in Casablanca until 9pm tonight.
We visited Casablanca in ...
... than I can count.
Casablanca is the economic and business center of Morocco, but Rabat is the capital. As a business center, Casablanca is really not a big tourist draw. Mostly tourists end up going to Fez, Tangiers, or Marrakech.
Moroccans are very kind a generous people. They want you to be happy and comfortable and, refreshingly, they actually really like Americans!
I stated the morning by going to the Souk in the Old Medina. In the souk you ...
... to Fes after a work trip. We talked about literature written about Morocco and each of our professions and the benefits and sacrifices made to reach our goals, both personal goals and familial goals. It was dark outside, so we were unable to see the countryside, but inside the train was comfortable and warm and we felt very safe the whole time and happy to have someone to ask our questions about Morocco.
When the train arrived, we gathered our things and began ...
... bitter taste in our mouths.
Carthage airport is very close to the city and we had plenty of time to cash our remaining Dinar. Alan queued up at a Currency Exchange Counter but when he was finally seen to, the official told him he had to proceed to another counter where he again lined up for over 30 minutes.
The queues to the Immigration Counter were also huge. As we were travelling Business Class, we lined up at the Priority Fast ...