Hotel Diwan Casablanca
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... old city walls while pointing out what we were seeing, like the old prison. Then we saw an old cistern build by the Portugese hundreds of years ago to also hold munnitions and supplies. After they left and closed it up, it was forgotten about until a man bought the property intending to open up a storefront. They believe that much of the water still there on the ground has been there for decades, even hundreds of years. It was really neat to see - the water marks are still on the ...
... on a communications tower. As we strolled through this town, we passed a barber shop filled with men. I asked if I could take their picture and they all expressed their approval and waved and smiled. It was at that time a distinguished, older man in the traditional long robe told our trip leader he was looking for a blonde wife. Roger wanted to know how much! Chefchaouen, called "The Blue City", is a 15th century settlement in the Rif Mountain in the north. It ...
The Hassan II Mosque in the centre of Casablanca, Africa's largest, was built between 1987 and 1993, costing $1b and the dedication of 6,000 craftsmen to create the intricate woodcarving, zellij (tile work), and stucco moulding. Built almost entirely out of Moroccan marble and granite, the minaret stands 210 metres high, the tallest in the world, whereas the prayer hall inside reaches 65 metres. ...
... to Fes by ourselves and we wouldn't arrive until very late into the night. In a foreign city without knowing how late taxis run or how to speak Arabic and not knowing which neighborhoods are safe, we didn't want to be in that position. We wanted to make that train.
The flight itself to Casablanca, once it took off, was uneventful. There were very few people in our class, so we each got a row of seats to ourselves and were able to spread out and sleep some more. ...
... us back into the departure lounge to await further information. By this time it was about 8.45pm and it wasn't until 12.30am that we were given any news. We didn't receive one announcement and were the only ones in the departure lounge.
When we were told that we would be staying the night at the airport and would find more information out at 11am in the morning it all started to kick off. People were getting angry and shouting at staff. One woman got ...