Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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... was pretty harmless. Apart from the plethora of oppressed women there was only one noteworthy event. We walked passed an unmanned security point on the way to our gate. As we hesitated about which direction it was in a sleepy guard emerged from a door and casually waved us back past the metal detector. We waited for a bit while the x-ray machine warmed up and then the guard scanned our stuff and we walked through the detectors. Well the guys did anyway. The girls were gestured ...
... email to the seller and asked if we could transfer the money directly into their bank account or send our VISA card details. The seller said that we needed to talk to Paypal as they will not deal directly with international customers! Undeterred, as you have to be in these situations, I rang up one of my work colleagues in Adelaide, a lady with business brains who takes no ******** and asked for help. By 9am the next morning, she had pulled out her credit card and ...
Had a lovely meal in the Pennant restaurant during yesterdays sea day and afterwards we went to watch a female opera duet in the theatre which was relaxing, almost enough to send me to sleep. The next day we woke up in Casablanca in Morocco, not the prettiest of ports but it was lovely, warm and the sun was shining. I only managed to grab a couple hours of sunshine during lunch and then we had rehearsals plus 3 shows of ...
... full of pickpockets and miscreants. I’m suddenly reminded that, even though Boskoura is “the place” for rich Casawis to build their upscale villas, and there are condo communities and golf courses, this area still has a lot of country folk whose lives are a world apart from the life of those in the city, just a few kilometres away. Here the wealthy are gradually edging out the poor, original residents of this semi rural region… And I wonder, where will ...
... next one the kind driver actually spoke English and explained that it would be much easier and cheaper to get a bus. Thanking him for his honesty I headed inside the station to be met by loud noises and people rushing everywhere. It was crazy. Thankfully some of the signs on the different bus companies were in English so I could read their destinations.
I found a company that advertised that they ran to Chefchaouen and just as I’m about to line up to my utter ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility