Moevenpick Hotel Casablanca
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... them at all. Some of them turned up in the streets, like the guy in the Mellah of Fez who spotted us outside a restored but locked synagogue and, earnestly assuring us he was Jewish himself ("Shabbat Shalom"), offered to lead us to an open synagogue - wending us through narrow streets to the locked gates of the cemetery and then demanding money for his services. Or the shopkeeper in Meknes who assured us he was Jewish himself ("Shabbat Shalom") and then dragged ...
... by Ricks cafe (bar) for photo shoot, no sign of Bogy or Bucall look alikes.
It is 100 km onto Rabat the capital of Morocco. The King lives here permanently and it is also the political and administrative base. Also embassies and international organisations base here.
We visit the gates to the 18th C royal palace and gardens. Hassan V1 is the current king. There are 7 gates to the entrance (we are told 7 is a lucky number). The king has no political power, that is in ...
... exception of its freshness there really wasn't anything special about it. It cost 80 dirhams, and the sneaky waiter even charged me salad and bread, which should've come free. I suppose that getting exploited while traveling alone in Morocco is also part of the experience. The Mauresque-styled hotel that I am staying at is reasonably comfortable, but the haunting images of shanty towns that I had passed by from the airport revealed the dilapidation ...
Total distance travelled from Santos: 5086 nautical miles
Time is definitely going by. We have been on board now just over two weeks with six more full (fun?) packed days left before 'disembarkation'. A word I don’t even want to contemplate yet as there is still plenty ahead of us. In fact the coming days are probably going to be busier than the past two weeks due to the planned schedule.
The day after Madeira was a sea day. Our last sea day before ...
... Worry number one over. So now on to worry number two. Would our bags make it all the way to Cassablanca with 3 flight changes? We would have to trust that they would. So there we were all checked in..........but..........we now found ourselves 3 hours early for a domestic flight. Next speed bump. We thought we were so organised having filled out our exit cards at home all ready for passport control. after waiting forever in the ...