El Oumnia Puerto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... handmade shoes (see the pics!) From here we went to a Berber Pharmacy. The pharmacist looked almost like Dracula and everywhere there was jars of random herbs and spices. We all stocked up on Moroccan Argon oil which is super cheap here! To end our night in Morocco we went to a traditional Moroccan restaurant with yummy food! This place was amazing- so pretty! I have to say- I was skeptical about Morocco but it certainly delivered! Such a different culture but so ...
We hit continent number 4 on our trip: Africa!
After an overnight in sight of the famous Rock of Gibraltar, we travelled to Tarifa, Spain, from which we took a ferry on a guided day trip to Tanger (Tangier), Morocco.
First our guide pointed out several sights as the bus toured the city. Then we went for a typical ...
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Well, our day started being flagged down by whistle as we headed to the port in Algeciras. Fella was being very helpful, “You buy ticket here”. So we park and show that we have a ticket already. Fella gone. Another fella, “change money, Maroc closed sundays” He tried to rip us off but PJ got him. Fella gone.
We’ve been told that immigration and passport control are on the ferry, and you cant get off until the ...
... We had a "traditional Moroccan" lunch which started with some soup and then we had Couscous and a pastry thing. I was hoping for some info on what we were eating but, nope. After lunch we basically went to a well rehearsed sales pitch at a rug making place. We sat for probably 20 minutes while this guy told us about how they make the rugs and how there are vast differences in quality of the rugs and how they're made and cleaned and stuff. Some of it was interesting and some of ...
... for free and a map of the city. We took the map but declined the guide since we tend to do our fair share of wandering. They did highlight a couple of places to go. So we got our key and got up to our room to drop off our day bags. I re-situated all of my stuff so I didn't have to carry around a purse and a camera bag and we were off.
Our first stop was the Medina, which literally translates to be city. This is the old town of Tangier where there was ...