Ibis Casablanca City Center
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... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Time for the medina,which we entered through a large archway and walked straight into a souk. The narrow, winding maze of streets contrasted with the wide palm tree boulevards of the "ville nouvelle" built by the French outside the medina walls. It was a medina that needed to be appreciated for what it was....it still had the guy pushing the old wooden cart laden with strawberries and ...
I made it to Istanbuhl, did laundry and then headed to the airport. My flight was supposed to depart at 1am but ended up not departing till 230am. Lucky for me the flight was fairly empty and I had 3 whole seats to spread across and sleep for a good 4 hours. The hostel I left was on the European side of Istanbul, the airport on the Asian, and I landed in Morocco in Africa. I hit 3 continents in less than a 24 hour period. I arrived a day early into Casablanca as ...
... ever seen in Morocco (well-maintained parks aren't Morocco's strong point). A couple of fellows come by to listen to my tunes and soon we get into discussions about music, aspirations and global politics. One of the fellows, Mourad, says I can leave my bags at his mom's place while we wander around town.
The old medina is very tiny--but had some great fried fish and calamari. Then we head through a fancy residential area where ...
... Casa-Marrakech freeway with a cluster of houses (which I opt not to count as a "town") and into the Great Boskoura forest.
This forest is supposedly a popular place for picnics and for folks who want to breath some clean air. But today it’s completely empty. I have a bit of hesitation—especially remembering the warnings I got from my co-hikers about the Mohammedia forest on our hike to Chellal last year. And there’s a fellow who acts suspiciously friendly ...