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... 2) Jews and Jewish wannabes
3) Food and its implications
4) Art, architecture and beauty
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Lots of cats. And kittens. "Oh, so cute!" It seems like every street had its own community of felines curled up on stone steps and crouched beside the houses. Who feeds them all? For some, scrawny with ragged fur, obviously nobody cares for them - but in a land where garbage in the streets is all too common a desperate ...
... the original left standing. The city as we see it today was basically laid out by the French in the French style – wide, tree lined boulevards joining large squares.
The rebuilt Medina (old town) still exists but is on a much smaller scale than that of Marrakesh, where one could reportedly easily get lost.
As an Arab nation, Morocco is the most European influenced – it is closer to London than Mecca - ...
We started off the day tenuously, with an argument between Sam and I about a taxi. We end up declining the taxi as we exit the ship and walk the kilometer to the end of the port and find a taxi that is €45 cheaper! So Sam has a win. We negotiate for 3 hrs taxi time and start by heading off to Ricks Cafe, made famous in the Humphrey Bogart and Ingred Bergman movie, ...
... our way through the terminal, past the shops and ticket counters, down an escalator, and along a hallway to the train station. I spotted our friend just leaving the ticket window with our tickets in hand and yelled to her across the station as if she was a long lost love coming back from the war. Everyone in line at the ticket booth stopped and turned to see what the commotion was all about. But I didn’t care, we had made it, and the three of us jogged out to ...
... worth of vouchers each as all the food on the plane had gone off so we had to buy food for the journey. We ended up buying so much stuff as we had £60 between the three of us! It was crazy! We made a few friends along the way and got to know everyone- it was actually really lovely to know about the people on your flight.
We finally boarded the plane at 3pm but didn't take off until about 4.30pm due to someone not turning up so we had to unload their ...