Movenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata
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- Minbar in room
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Tangier
... given way to the significantly more attractive greenery and whitewashed housing of the coast and the people here are a little more affluent and prosperous than the farmers we pass. It's a bit of a seaside resort for locals, we have even passed some log cabins being constructed obviously as holiday accommodation. We are rolling again. See you later. In Rabat and at the railway station we had just alighted from a taxi were getting our cases ...
... My phone was working better after I had cleared some memory. Upon arrival at my hostel, two travelers were just leaving on there way to Marrakesh, Fes, and Chefchaouen. I had heard great things about Chefchaouen, but I was in no place mentally to leave that quick, so I passed on their invitation to join.
The next couple days I wondered around to see the sites, bought food at the market to cook, and experienced Tangier. I did meet some genuinely nice people, but ...
... within the medina, generally clustered into groupings (all the vege sellers, all the leather sellers, etc). I think. Our hotel was right on the edge of the medina in Tangiers – a medina that was built up a natural hill making it easy to fortify. Inside the medina is a labyrinth of narrow lanes, some covered, many squares, both small and large, most leading back or from a central or common point. For obvious reasons it is easy to get lost in a place ...
Tangier is on the Strait of Gibraltar and holds a very strategic position which has meant it's been fought over for centuries. Moroccans, Arabs, Spanish, Egyptians, Portuguese, Tunisians and then the English when it was given to England in 1662. Renowned as a spy and smuggling centre. Apparently about 3m Moroccans, about 10% have emigrated to Europe, mostly France. Much more Mediterranean looking from the port, white washed houses and not 'city' like. It's actually ...
... inside. It was so yummy and I couldn't help to just swallow them all! The owner served me another plate of soup after I finished mine, he is like a dad, keep feeding :P Two of his young boys were sitting next to me, and was looking at me eating the whole time. I was trying to communicate, but I failed. The owner didn't ask me for any money, and he told me it's a treat from the family and a way to welcome me to Tangier! How nice! So ...