Hyatt Regency Casablanca
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... the city. We got a lot of attention from taxi drivers who all wanted our money. All offers were declined (of course) as the best way to explore the city is by foot. And what we saw was an eye opener! Our less than adequate hotel accommodation was a mansion compared to the rest of the city. The city was a dump. It was dirty, smelly and rough. Despite this, it is by far the most interesting country we have visited so far. We stopped next to a natural water ...
... one feel totally inadequate!
Jews have had a long presence of in Morocco. Many Jews immigrants fled Spain after their expulsion. Jews left Morocco when Israel was formed. In 1948 over 250,000-265,000 Jews lived in Morocco and by 2001 an estimated 5,230 remained. Many Jewish districts still exist today, notably in Fes and Casablanca.
The King of Morocco is important. The Kingdom of Morocco, as it is officially known, has a ...
... some photos, walked around a little bit and gathered some basic information about the next guided tour. Besides that it was very interesting to observe the extraordinary atmosphere. Crowds of people were coming to pray to the mosque at lunchtime. They were being reminded of the praying time by several speakers situated on the top of 200m-tall minaret (replacing the original job of muzein). Since all of us were starving we started looking for a cheap place to ...
... into the arrivals area. I ignored what I thought was pestering until I realised that the chap had the DA logo on his tshirt. This was Lahcen our local ground crew chief who then ushered us out to three mini buses where we could relax and wait for the others. Consequently we didn't get to the hotel until 2am and were due to meet for breakfast at 7. We had to forgo the first of showers we could have had in the interests of another hour of sleep. [med note: usual steroids and nothing ...
... touch and play with other peoples children. Our country has spread the word paedo around too readily so our children are scared of anyone they don't know. There's a mutual loving for children in morocco which I love. Don't like the way men r to women sometimes, but the more chilled men are sound. They can speak a lot of languages fair play to them!!! I want to!!! Food is good, cous cous, tajines, a lot of bread it seems! Will ...
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