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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... now and then cars in the queue started tooting their horns to express their displeasure at the long wait.
We just stayed in the van had lunch and read books and after about two hours (one Belgium couple had been waiting for 3 hours) we finally got attended to and it took all of 30 minutes to process 8 -10 campers. They did not look inside any camper!! We had somehow passed thru a police check point un checked and ...
... and we had a great conversation. He had cooked food and shared it with me as well as tea and I learned a lot about Islam and the practice of it. For example before you eat you say Bis-mee-lah which offers praise to God while asking for a blessing and when you finish you say Ham-do-lah which has the same meaning. You can use these two expressions for several things that have a beginning and an end, even when using the restroom. Mohamed also showed me ...
... t comfortable enough with Arabic or speaking to the man with the rifle, we opted not to ask to go in. But the garden surrounding the palace was very pretty and very well maintained. The edges of the garden were lined with dasavala flowers and were beautiful.
Once we got to the back of the palace there was a big group of people which were tending to graves. With the large group of people tending to grave there was also another group of people ...
... The englishman says he read the story of the stones in the bible. He tells Santiago that he is searching for an alchemist and Santiago says that he is looking for treasure in Egypt. When the caravan leaves the leader tells everyone to swear to God that they will follow what he says. During the journey the Englishman read so Santiago daydreams, reads his book, and befriends a camel driver.
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About an hour and a half later, we were pulling into Tangiers Med, a new port about 40km east of Tangiers town. Our first impression of Morocco was ...