Pullman Mazagan Royal Golf & Spa
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... the next day Alan laid out by their pool (we didn’t have one). I stayed in the room and prayed for the cleaning people to come and get done with the room so I could take a nap. Which didn’t happen till 4pm. THAT wouldn’t have happened if we stayed at the Good Ibis.
I drank a lot of water, rested, took my meds, drank OJ, rested, repeated. By Saturday afternoon I was feeling improved so we took a walk. ...
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There was a Moroccan woman (I'm guessing a local) washing her clothes in a concrete sink, ...
... the way we thought. Peter also had a fishing line out the back and had much more luck than us, so we shared big meaty fillets of tuna, which he gave to us as we made a quick close pass. We enjoyed roast potatoes and salad with the tasty gift.
Some time that evening as the sun set Rob noticed to my concern a fault in the furling headsail, a weak point in several places, that would need to be repaired and as soon as possible to avoid the whole sail shredding. This was ...
... walls stood tall and unharmed by history, almost seeming indestructible. There was obviously many areas that had been restored recently, but it did not detract from the impressiveness of the structure. There was a walkway on top of the walls that could be followed all the way around the city, and I started my way to the other rampart on the other side of the back wall.
Roaming around the walls of the city, checking out of square inch, I ...
... on a daily basis (for the last 5 weeks), I have such a huge guard around me that I plow through everything with my head down and my teeth gritted. It's a soul-deteriorating space to be. Moreso because it's not the kind of person I am and not the kind of person I want to be. But 9/10 times when I let that guard down, someone tries to take advantage of me.
Ramadan doesn't make it easier. No one's eating, myself ...