Ibis Moussafir Tanger
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... along the lines of a tagine to share.
A hole in the wall cafe is sought out, somewhere where the locals meet away from the tourist traps. A plastic chair and table on a side walk indicate such a suitable place, a family behind the counter with mother out the back, the scent of meat and vegetables bubbling away in their terracotta pots over coals.
Flat Moroccan bread is piled on the table with a plate of spiced olives as our main dish is ...
... run up to us smiling and shouting "I be your guide, I be your guide" and I would smile, lightly ruffle his hair and say "That's okay son, we'll find our own way" and then I would give him 10p and he'd run off shouting "The bald man, he is a god, he is a god" and we'd laugh and carry on our way. And we'd walk down alleyways festooned with brightly coloured wares and the air would be filled with the exotic aromas of spices and the fragrance of incense, but most of the alleyways ...
... hotel where William Burroughs wrote Naked Lunch. Over there is the still classy Librairie des Collones, where Paul Bowles, Jean Genet, Samuel Beckett and William Burroughs used to spend most of their Tangier days. Down there, in Café Hafa, the Rolling Stones got all the satisfaction they could handle from the best Moroccan hashish. The list of famous people who came to have themselves Tangiered goes on and on.
In the meantime, life in the medina went on ...
... so friendly it was hard to tell him we didn't need to see anymore and were ready to barter down our items.
Thank goodness Logan was there because I always pay outright and hate negotiating. I thought, "300 durum is like $30 and that's not bad for a scarf made of silk," silly me. So Logan started at half price. The guy said he cut him in half. Most of the negotiating was being done it Arabic so I got none of it. Eventually the employee said, "I can do ...
... detours, the caravan kept going towards the same compass point. The boy enjoyed the desert and the quite. He even threw book away so he could make a relationship with his camel, and although he learned something new every time he read from it he realized it was an unnecessary burden. The leader had heard that there were tribal wars going ...