Helnan Chellah Morocco
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we had a busy day. First we moved to Hotel la Tour, the oldest hotel in Rabat. It is build around an old palace and beautifully restored. The buildings surround a yard with pool and terraces. Big palms and birds of paradise. Check-in was special. We all needed to deposit 10.000 Maroccan Dhirham. Which resembles about 900 euros. For expenses we might occur. I told the lady ...
... by a Pro-surfer Abdul El Hassan and was situated right in the heart of the Rabat Medina. The hostel was more of a pension style accommodation with the living area on bottom floor, rooms on the second and a roof top terrace where breakfast was served each morning. The roof to the hostel could open up and with perfectly sunny weather for the duration of our time in Morocco, it was lovely to have the fresh air and light in the very homely ...
... garden area that has a cafe overlooking the inlet and a small but interesting museum.
After we walked down the water from that was very pleasant given the warm afternoon and Gabriella even had a magnum as she tends to do. We walked to the Hassan Tower that you cant really miss and then further around the waterfront to the Mausoleum of Mohammad V which was very nice even if its not really my thing.
After we ...
Today is the first big interview, and I feel like I am asking myself more questions than I've written down in preparation for this meeting.
How do I ask? How do I get the answers I need? How do I make them feel comfortable enough to not give me 'vanilla' answers? How do I take full advantage of the maybe 30 minutes I have to dig into their expertise?
I want this. I want to walk away from today ...
Bronchitis has moved in.
I keep reminding myself to breathe these days. It can be overwhelming having so much to do and so little motivation. The steroids make my eyelids heavy and my stomach tie itself in knots, but I have interviews and arabic to do. There's something strengthening to pushing through, getting out of bed, getting dressed and putting on a game face. I've never been one for bed rest, and getting out of the house has been good. ...