Hotel Diwan Casablanca
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... The French word for station is "Gare", so I just kept following anything that said Gare.
Several of the guidebooks had warned us that when you get into the airport people may come up to you and introduce themselves and ask where you are staying. Then when you tell them, they say "that place isn't very good" or "that's not in a safe area" then they try to convince you to stay at their friends place or take a private car (driven by their friend) to the hotel, ...
... the more convinced I became that I was going to be robbed by this random guy. Just when we were about to turn around and walk the other direction, we arrived at our hostel. I had never been so relieved in my life! The bus to take us to our camel trek left from our hostel at 7 in the morning. We then road 7 hours from Marrakech to a city that started with a Z at the beginning of the Sahara desert which name I can not remember. The drive up to this city was ...
... since most homes don't have bathrooms. Really was a worthy tour, still having no grip on the exchange rate we gave him 40 dirham.
We then walked over to the great mosque, Mosquee Hassan. Awesome building and surrounds right on the coast. Of course we got pretty turned around and we're not going back inside the medina, we'd never find our way out...... A taxi ride back to our hotel maamoura was 10dirham. We had by that stage had earn't a beer so we ...
... beginning to lose our bearings as to where we actually came in, we got to the man’s shop to find more junk. I also found it interesting that in a nation where the strictest traditions have their woman covered head to toe, they had a variety of fancy bras and panties throughout this market and mannequins; let’s just say they were anatomically impressive!
Vicki kind of saved us by asking about petrouli oil she wanted ...
... Reading books while taking public transportation in Casablanca?!!? It almost brings tears to my eyes. I had a thought: treat people with respect. Provide them with clean, secure transportation, for example, and they will behave respectably. Herd them onto dirty, dangerous buses like cattle and they behave disrespectably. Or at least the disrespectable people will take over. I get off at the very end of the of the line in Anassi neighborhood, which I explored 3 years ...