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Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... we have not been in the habit of reading the "Sleeping, Eating" sections of Lonely Planet as we are generally self sufficient. No hesitation, in we went...with lunch in mind!
... the Atlantic Ocean. After our tour, we head to the train station. The train ride was not anything fancy and the only thing I can note is that they ran about an hour and a half behind schedule. I was told it is because it is the first work day back after a holiday. We head to the town of Mekne. We have a city tour here and tour another much older mosque. We walk through the medina (old town). The medina is crazy busy and we stay together so that none of us get ...
... 13 hrs, 21.1 kms
I still need to explore Mohammedia (0102 Post-visit) on my own to do it a bit more thoroughly. So I’m back, determined to explore in in the same thorough way I explored Casa. I get off the bus at the edge of town and continue on foot. Mohammedia, I’m told was once a major hub for Moroccan beach tourists… until a large oil refinery was built right smack next to the beach along with several other large smoke belching industries. ...
... and you don’t have to go on red alert every time you see someone approaching you.
After a stretch of uninterrupted forest I reach an open area and to the north I can see a new residential or industrial zone being built. I guess I should enjoy the forest while it’s still here. Even though people say this forest is sacrosanct and untouchable, I’ll bet that’ll change as the price of land keeps going up and up.
Finally the forest abruptly ends, ...