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... br> Anyway, I had been a tad nervous about going to Morocco, changing my money and finding a taxi to get me to my hotel without ripping me off. I was quite concerned about the language barrier as I had read that not many speak English, my French was only getting me so far and the Moroccan language was unreadable as well as unpronounceable to me.
As usual, I was worried unneedily. The was one incident when I came through passport control when I couldn’t find my ...
... drive.Overnight in Marrakech.
Day 10: Exploring- Marrakech
After breakfast in the Riad , you can
start exploring Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. Your guide will
ensure that you see the most important places of historical and cultural
interest, including the Saadien tombs; the Palaces of El Bahia and El
Badi and the Ben Youssef Coranique School. Lunch is at a restaurant
near the square, then ...
... Airlines, one of our favorite Airlines. Professional staff, decent meals. They haven't succumbed to the nickel and diming it's passengers. Their staff appear to actually like their jobs. A request is met with a smile instead of a harried response.
... friend. The old guy once again walked us through the crazy aisles to a shop with strange jars of spices. Just before we got to the shop, a younger man tried soliciting us and the old guy got right in there arguing with him to get away. We realized then that the old guy was getting the commission on anything we bought since he directed us there. As scary as it was, he was our protector as sorts.
The petrouli offered her was a brick of ...
... to be safe. After things quieted down a little, I headed towards downtown to see what had happened. Along the just spruced up Mohamed V boulevard, there was broken glass everywhere, car windows smashed, shops looted. There was a surreal calm as people were quietly sweeping up the glass in front of their shops. Not a policeman in sight anywhere. "This has happened before" I heard a woman exclaim in disbelief. Yep. A lot of things are changing here in Casablanca. I'm ...