Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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... and seemed to find me fascinating. I could feel him staring at me every time he thought I wasn’t watching. When I said hello in Arabic the boy’s eyes almost came out of his head and he whispered hello back. As is the case in India and Egypt whilst we waited to leave there were many vendors who jumped on board and began walking up and down trying to sell their wares. As the bus began to move I could feel myself begin to drift off. I knew that I had a few hours on the bus but I ...
... men... I approached these 2 older men that were smoking and said taxi?? They said yes and I showed them the piece of paper that I had written the directions down on that the hotel had sent. It was basically out of town down a motorway type highway thing past the airport and in the countryside a bit. So the men read it and were umming and arrring between themselves and then they got some paper out and were translating it into Arabic as I had said to them it ...
... proud to be the first American to ever visit this town...
"Hey! are you American?" I hear a guy behind me say in an almost American accent. I look at him a bit surprised. "I live in Denver" he goes on, pointing to his Denver Nuggets cap, "lived there for 14 years... but I was born here in El Gara..."
OK, maybe the first native born American to visit El ...
... to follow the coastline a little ways to see if there is anything more to discover. Reach a nice, crowded beach area and a sign that said "Dar Boazza 3 km" (back) and "Tamaris 3 km" (ahead).
That old halfway point again... alright, alright, let's go see what Tamaris has to offer...
Tamaris, , 6.7 kms
Tamaris has a very lively beach scene going on--and turns out to be a decent place to parkbench and meet folks... ...
... break-fast time was approaching are still fresh.
Continuing on north is another single alley open air market, with a shantytown off to the side. It’s also pretty quiet, with just folks heading off to school and work. At the other end I reach a busy east west street which looks like an important artery connecting Hay Mohammedi with neighborhoods to the east. The street is lined with palms and a pedestrian walkway-- a bit scruffy, but ...
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