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... food and art abound in the small mostly desert country filled with proud people.
Instead of a where we went blog, this one is just a few stories and, as always, photos.
Time moves differently, languidly in Morocco. The time old cliché of how time moves like you are walking through molasses suits this country perfectly. Hours and days slip gently away and meld sweetly into the next.
We often find ourselves waking and ...
... asked our hotel for restaurant recommendations and they'd recommended one just around the corner, so we'd looked it up on trip adviser (not that I'm a big fan but it gives you a bit of an insight) and it was fifth in Tangier so we thought cool, we'll try it. The only good thing about Tangier so far was that it was dirt cheap and eating out was no exception. We went in and ordered a lamb tagine and a chicken couscous, two Moroccan staples, they were both very so so. I love tangine and ...
... month. Plenty. Sightseeing ride, back to Tangier Med the arrival port, and its a different place. Easy afternoon tootling around. Back to Maccas for a late lunch. We still haven't seen anywhere else in the city or surrounds with women in them, so this suits us. Spent a long time watching the world go by. Very relaxed, like being on holiday. Have returned to hotel to catch up on emails and diary, before going out for dinner and packing up to leave tomorrow.
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... any list of most beautiful cities, but it definitely has a certain unique charm and interesting vibe. The contrasts in the city are astonishing. The seaside boulevard is lined by luxury supermodern high-rise buildings that look over the enormous sandy city beach. Moving inland, past the numerous construction sites promising even more such towers in the near future, you come to the ville nouvelle, the central part of Tangier built in the colonial period to accommodate ...
... windows and also heavy wooden shutters to keep the light out.
Somehow one day when Gabriella was playing around with the shutters she managed to somehow pull one of them off their hinge dropping it onto the GLASS table outside our window.
Somehow and I have no idea how it managed to do no damage to the GLASS table so we were really thankful about that.