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Why do people assume tourists are consumers? Probably because the vast number of us are! We told our guide at the start of our tour that we didnt plan to buy much, yet we still seemed to end up in a large number of shops, disguised as 'cultural experiences'..! I won't deny I enjoyed the tour through the old medina, built around 809ad, but there …
... came around,as we pulled into our destination, that he told us where the 1st class section was...and we were not in it! Definitely not!
i don't know what I was expecting really but the 40 min train trip provided us with interesting scenery. Very green fields, lots of crops growing,donkey carts, young boys playing soccer on every patch of grass...and a lot of 3rd world conditions.
Casablanca itself was ...
... is breathtaking. Mountains that remind you of the 7 bens in Ireland, Utah, and the southwest. After lunch we cIimbed to the high atlas mountains. Yet again the terrain changed with high mountains, gorges, and oases by the river. All told we were on the road all day, arriving here around 6:30 Tomorrow we go to our camp in the ...
... to share a taxi. My original plan for the day had been to go to Volubilis at midday but i changed my mind when i stepped out into the heat. It was roasting so i decided to leave the trip until later in the afternoon. Lonely Planet recommended this time anyway. When i eventually left the Riad at 17.00 it didn’t feel any cooler. Even the short climb up the hill confirmed this. My body turned on the waterworks! Luckily the rest of the walk there was downhill so i made good ...
... br> lot more (Charly getting angry and swearing in arabic at one guy). We
watched some films in the bedroom and then had some food and drinks
on the terrace in the evening.
At 3pm the next afternoon we caught the
coach and arrived in Casablanca at 7.30pm. We then went to the train
station and caught the train to the airport, where we spent the night
and prepared for our very long flight to Australia.