Movenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata
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... small (with considerable share of fat and bones) lump of meat, covered generously with potatoes and other vegetables. In Tangier, most restaurants with have up to 10 different tajines on the menu, including somewhat adventurous but very tasty combinations like veal, chickpeas and raisins, or lamb with dry plums in a sticky sweet sauce.
It might sound strange, but thinking about Tangier now, from the time distance of few months, it seems that what I remember ...
... stunning view really where you can see the difference in the current where the bodies of water meet. From here, you can also see two mountains: Rock of Gibraltar (on the Europe side) and Jebel Musa (aka Mt Moses) on the African side, which, according to legend, are the "Pillars of Hercules" - in Greek/Roman times, this was where the earth ended (i.e. there was nothing beyond these pillars); a la 'flat earth society'.
All the men dress in these ...
... Apparently the locals and police alike had handled the situation extraordinary well, even capturing the accused (and bringing him to our hostel for her to identify) not long afterwards. She had received her bag back (minus the cash and her brand new iPhone) and despite the red mark on her throat and the fact that she was struggling to swallow she was in a surprisingly good mood. In fact, I would go so far as to ...
... area looked like most other cities, although all the signs were in Arabic and French. The parks and view to the port were pretty, and, once we were done there, we started driving up the hills to the more posh areas of Tangier. It was very interesting (and smart) of the tour to show us the wealthy areas first, so we could have an idea of what kind of rich people live there. There are different areas of the hills—The French Quarter, the Spanish Quarter, and ...
... that, so far, Asilah has not fully felt like a tranquil respite for anyone in the house. (I apologize to anyone and everyone who, justifiably, feels the need to roll their eyes, but this whole blog is self-indulgent, so I hope you’re not surprised.)
That all said, I think this is why
1. We don’t know what we are doing with our lives.
2. This whole thing is ending.
3. We ...