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After an early breakfast at the local café (at about a third of the cost of breakfast in the hotel) with good coffee, it was time to catch the train to Rabat. From the train there are glimpses of the outskirts of Fez, comprising some very upmarket housing but in the main desperately poor looking slum areas of unfinished low rise apartment blocks …
... br> But, I didn't try to kiss her because:
1. I didn't want to jeopardize her reputation. I didn't want to discourage her from being so free.
She and her friends departed to catch a taxi.
I walked home with my neighbor Marjorie and her French friends. We stopped to take pictures in front of Rabat monuments and the Bou Regreg River. I imagined using a girl's camera to take ...
... students said he was bored by that days class and I felt extremely disheartened. I vowed to improve the lesson for today and I think/hope I succeeded. It's really a challenge teaching adults. You do not want to appear condescending or patronizing but at the same time they are eager to speak and pronounce properly and want to be corrected. Also, it is difficult to avoid controversial subjects because just like in the US, they are inundated by news and ...
... and bury the bodies with a **** shovel!! I'm sure we'll get to know and love them but at that point in time it was a challenge.
We headed back to Rabat via the Roman ruins at Volubilis (which Tim and I had already seen) and arrived after driving through torrential rain arrived to a forest bush camp well after dark. Mercifully, the rain let up as we pitched our tents and stayed away all night. That meant, hooray, that we didn’t get bogged ...
... do not come to Morocco, you will not be able to deal with these stairs either* At the café, we got a crossiant with hidden chocolate at one end of it, fresh squeezed orange juice and our choice of coffee or mint tea. I really enjoy the coffee with milk and the Moroccan sugar is so sweet that I want to pour all of it in my coffee!
After breakfast, we headed as ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bouregreg Rabat
All hotels in Rabat are expensive
This very downmarket and old place is expensive for what you get
But the room is clean
Breakfast is adequate
About 15 minutes walk from the railway station
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.