Ibis Moussafir Tanger
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the lighter to its owner.
It is uncomfortably warm and the fumes are strong from the pumping. Grant glances at Jules who is sorting through her wallet and as yet oblivious to the goings on and her back to the attendant who is rummaging through his pockets for change to give the taxi driver.
The cigarette hangs from the smokers lips as the two men move to the front of the bike and begin to exchange small sums of money. Grant is not sure what to ...
... poms may have colonised it but they hadn't picked a bad spot. It was a hot sunny day again so we went and checked out the beach and the classic old style Spanish / British beach front with rows of cafes and bars advertising British grub among the paella, sangria and all the usual suspects, and also a pint for 1.50 euros. We didn't like acting like poms but we couldn't pass up a pint for just over a quid so we had one and then fell asleep on the beach. We went back to the more ...
... stop, take a few fishes and throw them to the cats. Couple of minutes later, few more fish heads would start to decay in the Tangier heat. Or we would sit in a restaurant, a cat would enter and say “miaow” in Arabic, waiter would reach into the refrigerator, take out a small fish and throw it on the pavement in front of the restaurant. Kitty would have her lunch, leaving behind another small contribution to the omnipresent fishy smell of Tangier.
... not help but stop for a coffee - nus nus - see meaning -
"A casual observation would suggest that the women coffee drinkers tend to drink "nus nus", the half-half milky coffee that men might only drink first thing in the morning."
Again, it was at the Grand Cafe de Paris - opposite the French Consulate. Debbie was irritated because a driver parked in the roundabout and started a long casual mobile phone conversation - it ...
... thinking about becoming a shepherd again, the excitement of the idea was suddenly lost. He knew that he could always become a shepherd again if he wanted to, but he had enough money, and all the time he needed. Later that day he arrived at the caravan trading area. Before they left he spoke with an English man who told him about how he had always wanted to meat an alchemist. Then the caravan leader came and spoke with everyone about the trip, and there journey across the desert began. ...