Hotel Diwan Casablanca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of taxi men offering us great deals on city tours and Dawn rebuffing them with a very polite Canadian "no-thankyou's". It was a 3 km hike to the Hassan II mosque that boasts that it is the 2nd largest after Mecca. We ended up walking through some very dilapidated neighborhoods in the Old Medina quarter, lots of people, living, working and playing in very squalid surroundings. I found an ATM and ...
Slaughtered lamb in the living room. Squat Toilet No shower Welcome to Morocco!! I couchsurfed with Kalid'h for three nights and 4 days. His Mother was an amazing cook but after a while The lack of facilities got to me. I decided to treat myself to a couple of nights in ...
... was a good idea. The mausoleum was relatively new but built on the site of an C 11 mosque ( which was never finished). The tower still stands even when most of the rest of the country was flattened by a huge earthquake in 1755 (which started in Portugal apparently). The horse guards change every 1.5 hours as do the soldiers outside the tomb. Some things seem universal. One of the weirdest things was seeing these women at the entrance to the fortress with 20 ...
... who seemed to live at the Sheraton Avis Desk did drive us to the airport and all in good time. We were grateful. Well, until he demanded that we pay him 10 Dinar, about AUD $6.70 and twice the going price of a normal taxi fare. There was no point in arguing, we just paid him. And as Alan pointed out, it wasn't much money and in any case, we had to get rid of our Dinar as it is illegal to take any currency out of the country. But it did leave a ...
... I was expecting most of the desert to be the nice sandy dunes but it wasn't. We stopped and climbed up a dune to watch the sunset, was a shame it was a bit too hazy and cloudy to see it properly but it was still lovely, then was back on the camels and back into the cars for the trip home. I tell you what Dad Robertson the guy didn't hold back with the 4x4 either!!! We had a amazing dinner of targines, soup, bread and fruit on the way back at a restaurant our guide ...