Hyatt Regency Casablanca
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I arrived in Casablanca after a very long overnight layover in Dubai. I flew on Emirates and I have to say if you ever get an opportunity to fly Emirates business, or even better first, class, then take it! The service is fantastic, the airplane is comfortable, and the pilots are extremely good. On both my flight to Dubai and my flight to …
... baggage conveyor. Fifty yards off, I saw it! My trailer! My trailer holding a yellow bag secured with a belt. There it was jostling along on the journey to nowhere. I ran those yards. Someone might mistake the trailer for lost luggage and have it interred in the suitcase graveyard! Back on the train, I'm desperately trying to stay awake. I'm thinking, if I fall asleep, I'll wake up in Timbuktu. Despite this I doze off. When I wake up I think, where am I? And then doze off ...
... Oases and rivers dot the countryside and olives, citrus, date palms, nuts and spices are found in abundance everywhere. French chic coexists with hajibs and increasing fundamentalism. And, so far, the tourist is king.
Our last two nights we enjoyed an Andalusian variety show with music, dance, magic and belly ...
After breakfast, our journey will get
started to Middelt passing via Ifrane to Azrou which is blanketed by
cedar forest where there are wild monkeys. So, we could take lovely
photos with them and lunch will be at Zaida or Middelt. After that, we
drive to Ziz Valley via the Atlas Mountains and enjoy seeing the
landscapes of Middelt. Then, we ahead to Rich city while exploring some
berber tribes that ...
... I managed to cushion her fall a little, but she was out cold just in front of the immigration desk. I cradled her head and she came round in a second or so looking utterly baffled. “How did I get here?” were the first words out of her mouth. A couple of lovely Indian ladies bustled over and offered water and some smelling salts (they're still a thing?!?!?). Under her ministration Lauren recovered and stood up. I took our passports out and then caught Lauren. ...