Le Diwan Rabat
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Diwan Rabat
Lovely hotel. Only stayed one night here but loved the robes in the room. Ate in the restaurant and the food was fabulous. Friendly and helpful staff.
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I skipped the trip to the mosque in the morning as I'd already seen it yesterday. A few others did as well though those who went reported the the inside was really quite impressive. I've seen the inside of enough mosques to not be to bothered about missing out though.Once everyone was back we caught the train from Casablance to Rabat. Here ...
... bread, surrounded by incredible ...
... people 'salty'. Today, I'm 'salty'.
We met with Sultana today, who is a popular female rap artist here. She writes about political, social and human rights issues and has such a passion for what she does and what it means. It has spurred ideas as well as rekindled my musical spirit.
I wish I had more time to write. Time to write about things I want to as opposed to always having things I'm 'supposed' to write about. The two are often intertwined, ...
... every good volunteer must understand: Moroccan NGOs, all about the king and his family, street safety, how to deal with harassment, speaking survival Arabic, how to navigate the medina here (the ancient part of the city), as well as what to expect from my home-stay and volunteer placements. Basically I got all the theoretical knowledge of Morocco I could ever need or wish for. Plus a demonstration of how to squat over a Turkish ...
... doesn't bother, but it would be a miracle if any eel could survive in this stagnant water...though we believe the tale as it certainly stinks of bad eggs! We continue on past the site of several tombs to the medina and medersa, admiring the city walls and battlements on the way. Then we hike back up to the entrance to find a taxi back to town. Our taxi driver speeds us on to our final destination of the day. Although he speaks only Arabic it is very clear to us ...