JM Suites Hotel
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... by pesky taxi drivers and touts as we made our way to the main Avenue. We ended up walking about 2 km and readily found our Hotel Astrid. Apart from the romantic notion people have about Casablanca, it doesn't have a lot to make it anything besides convenient transit point. Yet we decided to stay 3 nights and make some decisions as to what our next move should be. Getting a firmer grip as to places to visit, route to take and ...
... and within hours I had over 20 invitations. Granted, they were all from men, and not all residents of Casablanca. My favorite was "Hassan King of the Desert" who invited me out east to experience the Berber lifestyle in his village. Not exactly what I was looking for, but thanks? Instead Kendall and I decided to bestow our presence on a guy named Omar who lives with his family in Casablanca. His friend has a car ...
... is widely spoken by the resident Arabs. Then think of "Casablanca" and the question comes thick and fast: "Why were the yanks here?" - I know it was to do with the Second World War....beyond that...my knowledge is scant....still blaming my history teacher who focused on the Normans and the Vikings!
... all if the mopeds, motorbikes and bicycles that are also trying to turn! Madness I say, madness. we have decided that you have to be a little crazy to drive here...Musafa fully agreed. I asked mum earlier today if she learned anything knew about me...she said she already knew that I was good and kind. She said that I Have an easy rapport with people which makes them feel at ease and comfortable very quickly...and that I am fun and funny. ...
... to be safe. After things quieted down a little, I headed towards downtown to see what had happened. Along the just spruced up Mohamed V boulevard, there was broken glass everywhere, car windows smashed, shops looted. There was a surreal calm as people were quietly sweeping up the glass in front of their shops. Not a policeman in sight anywhere. "This has happened before" I heard a woman exclaim in disbelief. Yep. A lot of things are changing here in Casablanca. I'm ...