Hyatt Regency Casablanca
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... at getting the VAT tax refunded for my iPad Mini. We're talking $126 so substantial. Apparently, the Apple store didn't give us the right paperwork. We specifically had requested it and they had assured us. Bummer.
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... us out. After our stroll we hopped into a taxi to take us to a market...as everyone here is in it for the money...he took us to an international market with set prices and I'm sure he received a portion of the sales. That's tourism for you. Majority of the day was spent reviewing photos and typing stories, it was very relaxing. Plus I was feeling slightly stoned from the medicine...not a bad feeling I tell you. As I was pondering the ...
... quick street justice. Nowadays, no one wants to get involved when someone is being attacked. So the criminals are just getting bolder and bolder, and the the rest of the population is becoming more and more fearful. A colleague of mine was robbed and then had his glasses smashed into his face. A few months later I asked him how he was doing. "I don't walk places any more, I just go by car". That seems to be the response more and more people are having: just ...
... this forest is sacrosanct and untouchable, I’ll bet that’ll change as the price of land keeps going up and up. Finally the forest abruptly ends, there a radar tower on a hill aimed at the nearby Mohamed V airport, and a stretch of open, rocky slope… And then then, houses start popping up again, shabby country homes of the natives of this area. I actually feel a bit relieved to be back where there are people around. And then I reach a ridge, with Mediouna ...