Hotel Asiah

Address: Place Sidi Makhlouf , Rabat, 11100, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Place Sidi Makhlouf , Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Chellah, Hassan Tower, and Downtown Rabat.
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Hotel La Tour and Germans

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Sep 30, 2014

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... got briefed for our meeting tomorrow. The cab ride was enjoyable not in the least because we drove with 5 in a Fiat Punto. Which is not allowed and we were pulled over. As the cabdriver started to make excuses as "I'm just a poor guy and you prevent me to make a living" our host got out and addressed the police-officer. Who raised his shoulders and let the cabdriver off the ...


A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Sep 15, 2014

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... While many males walked around the streets in casual clothes, often in tshirts, boardies and flip flops, the majority of females (who always walked in pairs or with another male) wore clothing covering their full body and head and were outnumbered by at least 10 to 1. The men dominated the city, the men worked in the shops/markets/cafés, all forces of authority were male, all the customers in a cafe were male and nearly everyone on the beach were male ...

The Boring Capital?

A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 31, 2014

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... small does have some nice pieces, there are at least a few sights to look at to keep you busy (including some more that we didn't get to). I preferred it over Casablanca but not sure if I could recommend just coming here as a tourist as I would say about Marrakesh. On the the other hand if you want somewhere to come and live in Morocco Rabat would be a nice starting point (its also quite central which helps).


The Art of Asking

A travel blog entry by campelis on Apr 09, 2014

... translating pages from Arabic to French to English and vice versa, all in an effort to understand how to ask questions.

I've never really thought about the art of asking. There is a dynamic to each interview, a wave that rolls through it that either carries it on, building and rolling or lets it crash; that dynamic is determined by the questions, the prose, the timing, the comfort, the position and ...

Remember to Breathe

A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 09, 2014

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... A picture of my lungs was taken, and to me, the best part is seeing how large my heart is comparatively. The tar that fills my lungs has nothing on the heart that beats strong behind them, pushing forth each breath with a determination to learn, teach and love.

Today, I interview Oumaima. She has such a warm energy and a spark in her eyes. Yesterday, she took me to the oceanside while the tide was back. We walked barefoot on corals and ...

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