Hotel Maria Luisa
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Loved our time here in Morocco. They have a talent for languages & almost everyone could speak French & a few, English. We always felt safe, & everyone who approached us either wanted to 'help' us or sell us something, & after you've been in the country a few days, you feel comfortable refusing, & there is no offence taken.
... the April Fair, the men wear dark suits, some travel in their horse and carriage. The April Fair goes for 1 week and finishes this Sunday with a huge parade thru the streets. At the entrance to the park they build a huge arch which is pulled down after the fair finishes and a new one built for the following year. We walked thru and it is like a huge flamingo party everyone singing dancing music and drinking wine. Then back to the hotel for a lovely dinner ...
... of feeding his feathered friends and at 5am the next morning the rooster was cock-a –doodle-doodling outside our door to his hearts content. Moulay Bousallem’s Blue lagoon is protected by the Ramsar convention and attracts thousands of migrant birds, including wild fowl, waders, and flamingos in huge numbers. We didn’t take up the offer of a boat trip from a guide called Hassan (‘’I’m in the lonely planet’’) ...
... he learned the languages and worked at a journalist for 20 years. We spent some time exploring the outskirts of Tangier which is prettier than the city which is quite dirty. Everywhere the people are gracious and friendly. We saw camels, the Kasba (and yes I was singing Rock the Kasba much to my kids chagrin,) the old town which is the Medina (guess it...singing Funky Cold Medina :-)We visited the ...
... just brought up stories about his life. That he had a vision, and in that vision he saw a line of men on top of the oasis ready for attack. And he knew that it was going to happen because he had a vision. In a panic he ran to the camel driver who was laying underneath the palm trees. He said that he had a vision of the enemy attacking the oasis. The camel driver said that he should tell the leaders of the caravan ...