Hotel les Saisons
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... and needles already attached) to do henna tattoos, AS IF Such a mix of old and new, African and European, would be interesting to know what was seen by them as 'normal', I guess a generational interpretation. Will be fascinating to see how Tangiers compares, one would think more European but ? Overall Rabat was probably more interesting than Casablanca which apart from the huge mosque didn't seem to have much (industrial and commercial hub). Disappointing for some ...
... to see anything Lauren and I took some of the cold/flu tablets (I was beginning to feel the onset) and set our minds to the task ahead. We would walk through the medina (market district) to the mosque. These were really the only two sights to see in Casablanca as, despite the romance of the eponymous movie, it is mostly an industrial city.
The Medina District was a labyrinthine series of narrow alleys flanked by stalls selling everything. Lauren and I were ...
... garage that serviced our vehicle in the UK came through with a secondhand part from Ebay for £300 on a one week delivery or a new part (from Japan presumably) for £434 on a four week delivery, both with £80 shipping to Morocco....that is about 1,000 kiwi dollars! We reckoned this was for the sensor plus accelerator pedal as a complete unit. Still at least we had an option and Dave at Ludlow Motors (not even a Nissan dealer) has been totally awesome.
This is the second trip that we have booked with Gate 1 Travel. They have been offering some of the best deals on the internet lately. We booked this before we even took the trip to Vietnam with them. They have transport set up from the airport to our hotel in Rabat. They are waiting right outside the gate with a sign. While we wait for the rest of the people that will be riding with us, Cory and I go to the ATM and pull ...
... 8212;and since it was Ramadan there wasn’t even a café I could sit at! Well, now I’m going to give the town a second chance. And I’ve got to admit it isn’t as bad as it seemed back then. Actually, it does have a “main street” (which I completely missed on my last trip) with your standard stores, banks, and even upscale cafés. And for a short stretch the town does seem to have some density before the random sprawl starts. There are a couple ...