Hyatt Regency Casablanca
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... of walking dead. As we stood in line to face their vapid questions Lauren started to feel dizzy. The immigration staff's dead-eyed gaze was clearly sapping her very soul, stealing her life force. Or... you know... she was sick and had been standing up for a couple of hours. Either way the end result was Lauren sitting on the floor just as we arrived at the front of the line. When it was our turn to face the airport minions Lauren stood up, took a few watery steps forward ...
... what it is like driving through the middle of this North African city....it is about on a par with driving through the centre of Istanbul and probably the reason why Turkey and Morocco are the only two countries where we can only get third party insurance!
... Rick’s café, get it, from the movie? It looked kinda cheesy and touristy from the doorway so we didn’t feel like we missed anything. Its only 6:30pm and dinner isn't until 8:00pm so we hoof it back to the hotel and have a low key, room service dinner so we can go to sleep and wake up in the right time zone. East and sleep were the priorities ...
... the warnings I got from my co-hikers about the Mohammedia forest on our hike to Chellal last year. And there’s a fellow who acts suspiciously friendly that is walking parallel to me for a little ways… Finally I decide it’s now or never, and I dive into the woods. I follow the road for a bit and then head into the woods so I’ll see only trees and nature around me. It is a pleasant feeling to be surrounded by trees in an place so close to the urban ...
... but you never know. I then exited the station and shook off calls for a taxi with a simple “la shukren” (no thankyou in Arabic). It seems to work much better than ignoring people and some like one of the taxi drivers here smile, nod and say “You’re welcome”. It seems to be much more polite.
Truth be told I’d probably need a taxi but I wanted to go and look at the water before I left and I needed a bit of time to wake up ...