Riad Al Zahia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... clear up since both Georgie and I were on the end of quite a few be careful warnings and received looks of surprise when we announced we were travelling in Morocco as women on our own. At no point did we feel any of the attention directed at us to be malicious or unkind, nor did we feel like we were in any more danger than anywhere else, though you're always sensible and aware. While we were certainly on our fair share of harassment it's generally more an interest in our ...
... but unlike in Marrakech where the market feels more rustic, here the displays are fancy and appeal to the "typical tourist" I think I will enjoy the city for it's smaller feel as well as being by the water however that will probably be about it. My first dining experience is not only expensive but ******, absolute ****. I was in need of wifi today and found a place that had, sat down and ordered a Tagine. Big mistake, after two weeks in a berber village eating some awesome ...
... to be found along a little alleyway and was in a pucca museum condition, presided over by a Muslim watchman who invited us in to look around and to whom we gave for his troubles a handful of dirhams.
It was interesting to peep into this world. There on the wall was a painting of the rabbi, then the small brightly painted synagogue with its torah upfront, the ladies worship room, and the chair of circumcisions. When the watchman pulled back the ...
... que compartiríamos juntas. Ella no hablaba mis lenguas y yo no hablaba las suyas. Mas bien, las 25 palabras de arabe que conocía pude presentar, con gran orgullo, en los primeros 20 minutos de conversación ;) (Hola, como estas? yo muy bien gracias. Si, estoy muy feliz en Marruecos. Me gusta mucho, estoy con hambre. Estoy cansada. etc..... jajajjajaa.... muy elaborado!)... Sin embargo, de alguna forma, cuando uno quiere, encuentra la forma de conectarse, de apoyarse, ...
... down by the Timbuktu caravan route. Estela wandered around his shop trying on every bit of clothing that she found the least interest in while Habib and I drank our tea and talked. After a couple of hours we said goodbye, after promising to have tea the following day. In Morocco you are always required to say you will return, even though both sides know you will not. It’s the way of the people.
This weather, although it lasted for only the day, gave us ...