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... you'd move your wallet to your front pocket or sling your handbag across your chest when walking in crowded places - I do that on Granville Island - but we never felt unsafe. Not in daylight with dozens of strangers jostling against us and not at nighttime in dark alleys with a few men hanging out in doorways. True, we wouldn't recommend Morocco to single female travellers - we've read too many bad accounts - but we had not one scary experience. (That is, unless you ...
... building in the world.
We walked around the outside on this architectural masterpiece, admiring the intricate patterns and stone work. A door was open so, not being able to resist an open door, I stuck my head in to have a look. I saw a beautiful interior before one of the guardians said something and beckoned me back across a line just as the Imam started calling his flock to prayer. It was just before 2pm. The guardian pointed to his watch and said ...
... donations. We are staying at the Hyatt hotel and outside my window I can see and hear the mosque. Every morning they pray at 6 am. Those of us on the mosque side fondly call that our 6 am wake up call. You can hear the prayers from the mosque all over city at different times of day. It was just something else new to get used to here. We went on a day that a 2 cruise ships docked at Casablanca so there were a lot of tourists going through the mosque. I was shocked a ...
... Landscape (people altering or using their environment to their advantage-- CH 2) of the Berbers.(Moroccan Heritage & People) I saw gardens and hotels that were very beautiful and tranquilizing but the people were quite frantic. I witnessed superb bartering skills from seasoned locals who adamantly protested for a “fairer” price and ended up paying less than half of the seller’s initial price. ...
... so heavily farmed. Somehow I imagined northern Africa being essentially arid or even marginal desert country.
The two and a half hour flight to Casablanca was pleasant. The Air Maroc staff was friendly and the food was, well substantial. It was our first introduction to Moroccan tagines and although the meal was tasty, it was huge and very heavy - and topped off by a very rich dark chocolate desert.
Our plane dipped its wing as we ...