Hotel Diwan Casablanca
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... suggested we learn a new card game. So we did a quick internet search and settled on “Schnaps” or “Snappashen” or “66” or something. A two player trick taking game that was supposedly pretty tactical. We spent the better part of an hour puzzling out the rules before attempting a couple of games. It was actually pretty good. Each card you play counts as you try to outmanoeuvre your opponent as you ...
Well that was an experience!! Probably not a place I would rush back to but very interesting. Writing this back on the ship after lunch and we dont leave here until 7pm so that probably says a lot. We managed to get up in time and ready for our tour, which didnt end up leaving until after 8. First stop, a local market which none of us really enjoyed and not too sure why they took us there. It was a food market which only opens in the mornings and apparently has sold out of ...
... a bag filled with over a pound of olives for 1 euro, about $1.35.
Our tour ended in the downtown area where we really did not see much for shopping. But there’s a coffee shop on every block! We’ve found this to be very typical European. We didn’t have much time and needed to head back to the bus. Once we got back to the port, we figured out there were free shuttles back to the market areas where there was an ...
Another rough night Rudely awoken by alarms going off at 7.45, crews were mustered.....captain came over tannoys to tell us that there was a report of a small fire in the engine room (!) which they were investigating, and we would be updated every 15 minutes......a little while later he came back to tell us all was under control. There had been a fuel leak which had gone onto an engine causing smoke. They put it out so all is now well.....mums reaction to the panic was ...
... will take over.
I get off at the very end of the of the line in Anassi neighborhood, which I explored 3 years ago during my Superhike... then I head on back, soaking in the experience. Maybe if people riding on public transportation can change for the better, the whole CITY can change for the better... maybe?
This is my hope for this city that has been my home for the last five, wonderful years of my life.
But I'll be back ...
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