Hotel Riad Casa Hassan Restaurante
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This morning a tour of Casablanca - first stop was The Tahiti Beach Club - a large resort area of hotels, swimming pools and restaurants right on the Atlantic Ocean. Not many people there today but our tour guide told us it is usually booked out every weekend. Next stop was the Hassan II Mosque which is the third larges in the world after Mecca and …
This morning, we had a team meeting where we were introduced Lhoucin (pronounced Houssain) who was taking over as our tour guide in place of Kathy who unfortunately couldn't be with us. We were all pretty impressed (well the girls were anyway!).
Chefchaouen is a beautiful town located high in the Rif Mountains. We stayed in a beautiful …
... as there were stalls everywhere, however most of them were empty at this time of year. We saw a couple of other groups doing the walk while we were there. Walked out and met up with our taxi driver who took us back into town. Had a quick look around the medina and then went and had an early dinner. I got beef and plum tagine which was really good and really cheap! Went back and chilled out at the hostel for the rest of the ...
... Chefchouaen in his Land Rover. Here were two bargaining pros. The local asked for 100 dirhams (10 USD), but Richard got it down to 60. The back and forth went on for at least 5 minutes. The lead negotiator (from the group of 15 guys hanging around a shed) looked like he was enjoying himself during the negotiation, and one of his fellows completely lost it and burst into hysterics when Richard started throwing Egyptian slang into the ...
... Chefchaouen is about 140 000 people of whom 100% are Muslim. Only Sunnis, absolutely no Shi’ites, but there is a tolerated minority group of Muslims – the Sufi, a branch of mystic Islam.
The way our guide described it Muslims are very caring towards each other and they help their less fortunate "brothers" (and sisters) financially, and with caring for the elderly and infirm, especially ...