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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Majestic Rabat
It was hard to get towels, no elevator, only wifi in the lounge area and it was not strong (if someone was webcaming, everyone else lost their internet).
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Travel Blogs from Rabat
... covering, the frame left as a skeletal reminder of a busier era where tables and customers would crowd the space.
A reception booth stands as a lone sentinel at the campgrounds entrance, a lone bastion, the glass still intact yet cracked, the signage peeled away years ago looking somewhat like a grand old dame after a big night out.
A litter of stray kittens roam the grounds, scavenging what they can from the rubbish bins. Chickens ...
... first prayers wash across the city a little before 6am. The prayers are a warm hum of musical chants that echo and build across the city four times a day to remind people to stop and give thanks, to stop and take a breath, to stop and remember what it is they are really doing.
I am here to meet Morocco,
and share it.
The sun is tucked away again, so I should follow. Goodnight world.
... off on a day of exploring Rabat, Volubiliss, Moulay Idriss and Meknes before arriving in Fes for the night.
We made our way on foot from the Riad through the very narrow streets of the Medina (a Medina is the old quarter of a middle eastern city) to the car and off we went. First up was a car tour of Rabat. We followed the Medina outer wall around the city through Rabat. (Medinas are wallled because they typically date back to the early centuries and ...
So I'm starting another day of work here. Its really easy. I'm basically interviewing refugees to find them permanent residency and work. This place is like the end place for all refugees. The refugees all first flee to a camp and there they sign in and register and once they are registered in camp they are sent off to countries that will allow them to stay. Many countries will offer them ...
... guitar, singing and dancing as we parade down the street.
A very memorable experience here in Mers el Kheir.
The Birth of a City
This is not the first time I’ve had company travelling from town to town with my guitar, but this is the first time I’ve had eight people accompany me! We follow the highway for a ways until we reach a forest of cork trees with what look like baby palm trees popping up—a nice place to rest. Here we play a bit ...