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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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... a new roommate! Kendall, an American girl who goes to Miami of Ohio, is such a warm and friendly person. She's always chatting with the family and teasing everyone and I feel like she's bringing us all closer. It's also just great for me to have someone to talk with in English at the end of the day. And then in the process of clearing space for her in my room I discovered that in fact it is possible for me to successfully ...
... efficient. And since the big buckets hold a good amount of water, they act as sort of a temperature buffer. The problem is that after you change the temperature coming out of the hose, you tend to either forget that you need to be paying attention to it or, more likely, you get pulled away to do something else and your replacement doesn't realize that there's ten-degree water going into the forty-degree bucket and before anyone knows what's happened, a kid has taken ...
... br> The inevitable conclusion that I drew after about a month was that I needed to extend my trip, so that's why I'm still here instead of being back for more than a week, as originally planned.
In these last one and a half month since I posted my last blog entry I've met three awesome German girls who let me stay at their place. After that I went to Fes, where I stayed about three weeks at Soukaina's place, seeing both the city ...
... up and away extremely early to get the driver and one of the passengers to the opening of the Mauritanian Embassy (first attempt no go!) and the group’s appointment at the Cote d’Ivoire Embassy...see details above.
The following night, quite tired by our embassy adventures, we parked up near our first bush camp. We needed a very early start the next morning but as Murphy’s Law would have it, we got bogged again. Not only ...
... after passing through Sidi Taibi and not getting any bad vibes, I just can't resist the road veering off to the left towards the lagoon.
Aw... what the hell... Let's just do it.
Yep, it's definitely isolated. Very few vehicles, and little sign of civilization as the road slopes down through a dense forest towards a long, fingerlike lagoon that runs parallel to the ocean. Not a super gorgeous shot, but yeah, if I had my camera I'd put it to good use. ...