Ibis Moussafir Tanger
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- Swimming pool
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... who called his wife to be sure he gave us the correct info, the decorative edge work is called sfifa, there are 2 different kinds of edges, the Gouza and the Khanjar. I tried to Wiki and google for more info on this and was unsuccessful.
....At 4 pm, we arrived in Tangier's main station. We already spotted the ...
... looks like." Even though I realized my mistake, something he said to all of us later in the first week pulled me back to that first gut reaction. “You’re here 4 months; you’re still a tourist. Stay a year and you begin to know the culture.”
Now, I don’t think I have too many delusions about passing for a native here. It’s hard to when almost every man follows you with his ...
... which is not surprising as it is the first one after the border. So we explained in our best French that we were on a toll road and had no Dhirams to pay the ticket when we came off it and much though we liked him, we didn't want to be there forever.....he very kindly changed a 50 Euro note for us at not a bad exchange rate! Armed with our 500 Dhirams, we continued our journey south.
... Ismael, who then went on an extreme building project. But we weren’t in Meknes to see his building works. No, we were off to see something that predated him by about 1000 year – Volubilis. Volubilis was a city that was first developed by the Phoenocians and then when it came under Roman rule in the 1st Century AD, it was raised to the level of a “Metropolis”. Today, the ruins are the city are there for you to explore for ...
... include the last day of Ramadan. Fun fact about Ramadan (at least in Morocco): you don’t know exactly when it’s going to end until it’s over. Because the first and last days are determined by the phase of the moon, you wait until you see the moon before beginning and finishing the fast. So, we knew that either Wednesday or Thursday would be our last day at the orphanage, but we also knew that we wouldn’t find out for sure exactly which day it was until ...