Travel Blogs from Rabat
No travel mishaps just a long day. We arrived in Casablanca in the very early morning and was met at the airport by our guide mustafa. After a short ride through Casablanca we stopped at a cafe on the Mediterranean and enjoyed the national drink, mint tea and some Moroccan cookies. From there we visited, outside only, the second largest mosques, …
... when the water decides it's going to turn you ninety degrees, there isn't much you can do to stop it. Now, consider for a moment, a kayak turned broad side to a relatively large quantity of water travelling at a relatively high speed. Physics says this situation does not end well for the person in the kayak. All three of us ended up in the water with our kayaks turned turtle and headed for the beach. For Kelly and I, it was mildly unpleasant because we were fully ...
... Monica with whom I decided to go to the embassy at 4 am the next morning, where we found another long line. I was pretty sure that I again would not get a visa, until someone told Monica that there was a female line, which only had around 10 people in it. So she got into that line and we pretended to be a couple so she could get my visa at the same time. So in the end I got the visa, not because I got there at an ridiculously early time, ...
... flat Moroccan bread, and milk.
On a typical day, I turned away from the busy streets and walked home through the quieter but more labyrinthine streets of the medina.
In places, the white city was painted dark gray or blood red to chest-level. Numerous arches leapt between buildings over my head. I came to hidden-away Islamic schools, barbershops, and small tailors' shops. I came to a white-bearded man ...
... dramatic and probably was haha but I think I have realized from this weirdly eye opening experience that I truly hate being alone ahh it's the worst.
Anywhooo I didn't have any loved ones awaiting me in Rabat but I did have...Abdullah! and Norina! Abdullah being the CCS driver and a kind soul and Norina a retired woman who has been alllllllll over the world and who is a great company when you're in a taxi with a flat tire driving on dirt/sometimes ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed