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Lauren being sick was beginning to drag on. We had nothing left to do, but she wasn't up to leaving the room. So we slowly went insane. Lauren flopped listlessly about on the bed, too bored to even read. I was hogging the computer in order to watch YouTube videos, settled amidst the backpacks on the other double bed. The …
Lauren was still not well. She had spent the night hacking up her lungs. Which meant I spent the night fantasising about smothering her with the pillow. So we just ate at the hotel, which turned out to be really quite nice. We had another selection of breads, but with a tub of yoghurt and a madeline cake. This might get old …
Today was, sadly, a write off. Lauren had barely survived the day before and we were still jet lagged. Both of us woke up groggy and reluctant to leave, but breakfast beckoned, especially knowing that it would no longer be curry. So Lauren took a couple of painkillers and we went for a walk to find an open café.
... by pesky taxi drivers and touts as we made our way to the main Avenue. We ended up walking about 2 km and readily found our Hotel Astrid. Apart from the romantic notion people have about Casablanca, it doesn't have a lot to make it anything besides convenient transit point. Yet we decided to stay 3 nights and make some decisions as to what our next move should be. Getting a firmer grip as to places to visit, route to take and ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Lunch was stuffed pepper, barley risotto cream and Parmesan; Mark's choice grilled vegetables with croquettes. What arrived looked so much more than that and tasted out of this world. Including drinks, less than 20 Euro for both of us! I think a second visit may be on the cards!