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... by the friendly locals, who were eager to help in Arabic, French and Spanish (with occasional English word added). With their help we managed to find our way to the area near the old port, where budget hotels are clustered. Rue Magellan is a rather narrow, winding street uncompromisingly running up the steep hill above the port. Here you can find 6 or 7 hotels, where decent double rooms go for 200-250 dirhams (18-23 EUR).
Tangier will hardly ever be ...
... we've gotten tired of. And pizza places, loads and loads of pizza places. We ended up at the familiar Pizza Hut for salad bar.
We walked back to the hotel along the beach front where restaurants and bars line the promenade. We realize there is a lot more to Tangier than the inviting beach front. But we decided we had seen enough medinas, palaces and mosques for awhile.
31 Days in ...
... a small tourist group that came up and the girls were wearing tank tops and cut off shorts.
After leaving the cliff, we headed to the Kasbah. Our first stop was a little outdoor shop to have a cup of mint tea. It was a nice day out and sitting under the large trees was very relaxing. As we drank our tea there were several cats that were resident cats that would walk around us and enjoy the sunny areas. They were friendly and made for some ...
... it too much, I may just never book that return ticket I have open in another tab.
I will end by recounting that today, while Rachel and I were cooking dinner for everyone, I told her I make mashed potatoes when something heavy/traumatic happens. She giggled, a very Rachel giggle (muffled with one hand meekly covering her mouth), and said she wished she could always live with me.
I know she was saying ...
... rain, so I briefly considered not going at all and doing Gibraltar today and then going to Tangier tomorrow when the weather is supposed to be nicer. However, around 9:30 it stopped raining (of course) so I figured it would be ok. I discovered though that my thermal leggings are gone. I'm not sure what happened to them - I think I may have left them at the hostel in Madrid. Oh well.
I tried to buy a ticket for the 11 am ferry from the front desk at ...