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Population: 4,000,000 (Approx)
The area around Casablanca was first settled by Phoenicians who founded a trading post there in the 7th century BC.
In the 7th century AD Casablanca was a small Berber settlement at the base of the Anfa hills but due to its excellent strategic position it was discovered and coveted by various foreign powers. In 1466 the town was sacked by ...
... towards Tazenakht, an important centre for carpet weaving.
We will be now in saffron country! Stop in Taliouine and visit the
saffron museum, or time your visit for the saffron harvest festival in
October. Continue to Taroudant. Overnight in Taroudant.
Day 7 : Taroudant – Agadir
Depart Taroudant for the vibrant
coastal city of Agadir. After several days of long drives, spend the
day relaxing in Agadir. ...
... like to come back tomorrow.
We then headed back to the old Medina and endeavored to find rick's cafe (a perfect replica from the movie - the movie was shot in Los Angeles). It took quite some time but we finally did. Although the guy on the door wouldn't let us in to have a look (Even though the place wasn't actually open) and while Gabriella might have had appropriate clothes to get in, I certainly did not.
... than a few hours before they are arrested. For the crime of not being married. I'm willing to bet that being thrown in prison for being single doesn't do much to rehabilitate the criminal. It turns out our fears were misplaced. The flight was excellent with delicious food and we had comfortable seats. The weirdness came in a couple of forms. First was the Arabic prayer that was broadcast at the start of the flight. The fact that it was deemed necessary was not very comforting. ...
... from green to pink. They asked us for a pen for their kids and grandma gave them one because mommy didn't want to give away her "favorite" pen. We got soap as a gift in return. I wanted the magic lipstick. We went around the souk, which is market in their language. I bought a magic box and mommy wanted to buy shoes, shoes galore. I'll show you the magic box when I get back. We went and ...