Travel Blogs from Tangier
June 9, 2014
Meknes to Tangier by train (85 dirham each)
3 hours per the schedule (ours delayed 1.5hrs)
Stay: Ibis Hotel - 400 Dh (few hundred meters from train station, very convenient)
... and water to those tending the graves.
Once we turned that corner, I'm fairly certain we were in the ritzy part of town, or at least the one with a bunch of government officials. All of the homes were very large and very well kept. And they had a great view of the ocean behind them. These houses didn't look like they were lacking in monetary income and some of them even had their own guards out front.
When we left the palace area, we ...
... 8217;t know how it is going to end.
Now, I know this is not new stuff. Heck, this is old stuff! This is stuff from every generation, many different cultures, and every artist who ever wrote, drew, or filmed a believable character. But living it, I’ve been caught off guard. I guess, being a little lost, but mostly happy is not as sexy when Simon and Garfunkel haven’t written you your own ...
... There was passport control in the port that stamped my passport as leaving the EU. On the boat, I mostly just slept. It's actually an hour and a half boat ride, but you gain an hour when you get to Morocco.
So, long story short because I'm tired. I forgot to get my passport stamped on the ferry, so I had to wait until everyone else was completely gone before the security guy finally came back and stamped my passport so I could get off the ...
... and his friend leave the bar and they go to the center of the plaza so the friend can buy two camels for their journey to the Egyptian pyramids. Santiago decides to wait for the friend but then he sees a sword and asks his friend if he can ask the owner how much the sword costs. Then Santiago gets caught up in looking at the sword for too long and loses his friend. He can't find his friend so he cried because he felt like God was not fair. He started to feel low about ...