La Maison du Chameau
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... meal of homemade soup and lasagne, which while not being Moroccan was warming to both the stomach and the heart. It was a lovely evening and we saw the super moon from their rooftop and genuinely wished that we'd been able to afford to stay there, particularly when we got back to the hostel and discovered that people were making noise and smoking in the lounge room right next to our dorm which lasted until at least 3am. When we woke up we didn't feel any better about our ...
Had a great breakfast some homemade breads, jams and fruit we then tackled the old battlements - small fort like building along with a tower we could climb for a better view. It was great there were youngsters about playing drums and having a good time. We them walked through the port area the local fisherman were still selling the catch of the day certainly a good mix of ...
... I awake, shower, and head downstairs to see what sort of breakfast will be offered, since I did pay for this in my room fee. Considering I am the only one there I don't expect much of a to do but something would be appreciated if I'm paying and extra euro fifty for it. So, the guy who checked me in is no where to be found and only the arabic ladies who own the place are there in the other room. I'm not really sure who is suppose to be preparing the breakfast but can't ...
This was a day of intermittent rains and flooding, which began with me at last finding the old Jewish quarter known as the mellah. This was now the poorest part of the medina with its crumbling houses, some of which were totally trashed, unbecoming smells and dumped rubbish. There in the midst of the decay was one of the old synagogues, at the house of Rabbi Haim Pinto who was somewhat of a saint in the Jewish community. His house and the synagogue ...
... sumamente básica y en general se rendían al sentirse frustradas por no poderse comunicar. Por lo tanto, mi interacción en Marruecos, todo lo que aprendí era por medio de mi interacción con el género masculino. Sin embargo, puedo decir que las dos relaciones más interesantes y de conexión que me llevo son con dos mujeres. Una, madre de un amigo, educada y con quien pude compartir. La segunda, era con una mujer mayor en un bus. Ella quiso que me siente a su lado, durante las ...