JM Suites Hotel
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... I was away a doctor was summoned and took Lauren's blood pressure and sugar – his professional recommendation was for Lauren to have some juice. She had some on the flight and nearly immediately perked up. A little bit of placebo effect may have crept in there. By the time I returned the doctor was packing up and Lauren was looking a bit more stable. We returned to the immigration point and pleaded an official into letting us cutting to the front of the line. If ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We drove straight into the heart and parked up when we spotted a "guardian". These are guys who watch a stretch of kerb, they help you back in, get out and will even wash your car....their main job is to keep an eye on it. When you come back, you give them a few Dhirams and if the car is clean, 10 Dhirams. It is a good system and well worth using...you just have to watch out for ...
... this adventure, the people we were fortunate to meet, the culture we were surrounded by....I was touched by how the Berbers are filled with pride for their country, their king and their beliefs. They are kind, gentle and easy to be around. Everywhere you look in Morocco, it is pure magic. The colors, the alleyways, the doors, the doorways…its amazing. There is modern life combined with traditional simple living at every turn. You ...
... in all its splendour. It’s been an OK hike I suppose. I’ve seen the Boskoura forest. Don’t really think I’ll ever feel the need to see it again, though. Post-visit: Nouacer (0648) Reaching the Airport on Foot May 22, 2013, Day 220 Day totals: 12 hrs, 14.2 kms One of my little side-hobbies is trying to go to or from international airports--on foot. Airports are notorious for trying to be inaccessible to die-hard pedestrians as myself--and overcharging ...
... bench with a woman on it I am able to sit and enjoy the view without making any more friends. Trying my luck with the WIFI at the nearby McDonalds I thought all my problems were solved but unfortunately not because my computer refused to pick up a signal.
Heading back to the station I hear a “Hola!”. “No freaking way” I think as I turn around. Sure enough it’s my friend again laughing at what must either be very well planned or the ...