Moevenpick Hotel Casablanca
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Essential Morocco 8 Day Tour We started our Moroccan adventures 3rd May. The tour we were doing with Travel Talk was a free tour we had got as part of a deal last year when we had booked our big Turkey trip. We flew into Mohammed V airport in Casablanca at 5am in the morning and got a transfer from the airport to the hotel. The guy apparently …
... at these co-ops are much better quality. I saw a room size one today that was quoted at $1800.
We also went to the spice co-op today. They gave us massages using Argan Oil. I think I really needed that. I was able to buy saffron there too. Saffron is the most expensive spice and they grown it here in the mountains. It is still pricey here (about $2-3 per gram) but it is less than at home.
... also has great religious significance and contains many mosques. Due to the fact that we plan to delve and investigate a different religion in Japan, in Morocco we decide to interact with Morocco in a different way. We wish to explore the Activity Space (places where people interact daily-- CH 6) by visiting a large Souk and bartering. The challenge for us is to see who can get the best goods for the best price. ...
... was only 4 people deep. We got through within 10 minutes and raced downstairs to get through customs. The whole time I was texting our friends who were waiting on the train platform for us that we were coming and to buy us a ticket for the train. We didn't even stop to exchange our money, we just threw our bags into the scanner machine at customs, grabbed them haphazardly, and rushed out into the main terminal, running and following the signs for how to get to the train ...
... and the guy at the counter got angry at me (or so I thought). When you hear them talking here they sound like they are having arguments but apparently that’s just their way. Anyway, found my boarding pass and got to the money exchange place. They all spoke good English so no problems exchanging my Euros. When I got out to get a Taxi I stopped and had a ciggie just to observe how the process worked. It looked to me as if the Taxi drivers were arguing with potential customers ...