- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... don't do alcohol) the coffee is fantastic, the music is great ( Spanish Flamenco guitarist) and Eugene can have his Jamon Iberico and anchovies (not together). The staff have got to know us and joke with us and an interesting group of clients seem to frequent it. Until now, we have had good weather - quite cool in the evenings with jackets and scarves needed but during the day it is just gorgeous. I wear my skirt. Eugene wears his shorts and Tshirt. There ...
... look the same, a bit grubby and wishing for clean clothes (I know I am)
There will be a few entries I will be posting as one, bit longer, with more photos,
I hope they don’t bore you and you take the time to read them and look at the photos, it’s the best I can do at the moment and I don’t know if it will get any better or worse as the trip goes on
There will be times that there just won’t be an entry until I do get online, please bear with ...
... before participating in services. Casablanca is a huge city, urban sprawl is an issue. In addition to Muslims, there are many Jewish, Catholic and Protestant people as well. They do pride themselves on the ability to all live together in relative harmony. We drove past a McDonalds on the beach- there were guards with machine guns outside. The rest of our tour took place ...
... and Dino paid a brief visit to Marlene (Dino is from Luxembourg. Marlene knew him from her days of car racing, and hadn't seen him in 40 years).
Esther joined us early evening, and together we celebrated our reunion and our forthcoming trip into the desert with a glass of champagne (or two). Our evening meal was accompanied by an excellent wine brought along by Esther.
Sunday 4th, ...
... of whiskey. No
chance as we do not drink so they then said that was good and gave us
200 Dirham back. During this trip we also passed some of the goats
that climb the trees to get the argan nuts. They look just like black
rubbish bags blown into the trees. We parked on the beach ...