Ibis Casablanca City Center
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... main floor of the mosque, only the men were allowed there to pray and the woman and children were upstairs and out of sight, yet they shared one big open bathroom aligned with stall doors all around. And inside were what I can describe best, as floor drains!
These drains had 2 porcelain steps or pads in the center that you stand on and must just squat to do your business if you’re female. I don’t even want to think ...
... seems to be the response more and more people are having: just isolate yourself and avoid contact with people in public as much as possible.
And this takes us to our next problem. It's a sort of catch 22: safety and public transportation is getting worse and worse. So more and more people are seeing buying a car as an absolute must. As a result traffic is getting worse. As a result of that, public transportation is getting worse--taxis flat out refuse to go to ...
... group of fellas.
I ask if I can take a picture of us all.
"Better not--we're actually supposed to be working right now..."
Finally we part company and I continue my trek to Dar Boazza.
Postnote: years later I run into one of these guys in Casablanca—although I don’t recognize him at first… he is in a police uniform! I guess that explains why he’d been a bit shy about having his picture taken!
... a matter of fact in order to make more room for family belongings, I even sold my travel guitar which I had bought in China back in 2005 (for 20 dollars—just what I bought it for). I also had to part with some other treasures: my keyboard, computer, amplifier and mike stand… it seems that I won’t be recording music or doing coffeehouse gigs anymore for a while.
At the airport, we met up with a Moroccan family heading home for a visit. They kindly ...