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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... old Quarter is La Palmeraie which is an oasis of rich plant variety including orange, figs, pomegranate, lemons and olive trees.
We made much use of the hotel's large swimming pool and I also indulged in the use of their day spa. I had a wonderful full body honey scrub and massage and a full facial. Expensive but worth it!!
On our first night at the hotel we met two lovely Irish guys, of course their names were Michael and Stephen, what else do the ...
Kamal calls everyone to their seats and I take mine with eyes downcast, feeling like Mr Bumble in Oliver Twist. My position as "life-changing volunteer" has, I am certain, been downgraded to "useless person".
So what should I do? Short of actually stealing the remains of whatever games they have, I don't think I can disappoint them further and joining in seems like my only hope of redemption.
They're singing. Lots and lots of singing, all ...
... Well I haven’t brought any games! But maybe I shouldn't say that, should I play it cool? Unless I was suffering some sort of delusion, a suggestion I wouldn't exactly consider beyond the realms of possibility, Abdel and I had agreed, prior to arriving, that my job would be teaching dance and gymnastics. If I remember, I had actually whooped with joy when he confirmed this because it meant the space in my suitcase previously allocated to a heaving ...
Imagine a road. It is twelve metres wide, with four metres of footpath on either side. Down the middle of the road is a solid yellow line.
Buses and taxes drive on the centre line, only leaving to pick up passengers or pass oncoming taxies and buses. Taxis will pick up passengers from either side of the road regardless of the direction they are heading and without doing a u-turn.
... and petit soccos (squares) in the Medina. A lot of famous people hung out in Tangier in its heyday including Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Paul Bowles, Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, and the Rolling Stones. There's an old building in the Tangier medina that is an American museum, but it was closed on the weekends, so we didn't get to see it. Morocco was the first country to recognize the independence of the U.S. and the museum ...