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TravelPod Member ReviewsMajliss Hotel Rabat
we really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The interior is lovely and welcoming as are the staff. the beds were a little uncomfortable, but the welcome basket of fruit and bottled water was appreciated. the food was excellent and the location was ideal for tourists that wanted to wander.
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... more poverty but on the other side i have seen more big fancy cars and range rovers and jeeps here than in Australia!!!
The King Mohammed VI takes care of them inhabitants. he is respected. Marocco is a smart country that you should come and discover!
here is some pictures of it, mainly taken in Rabat, the Capital city.
It was an important day today as we had to address the Secretary General and other involved parties. We agreed last night to meet at 8:15 in the lobby. But I managed to wake up by 8:12, showered in a hurry and caused us ten minutes of delay. Dressed up. With tie (which I haven't been wearing for like ten years) we gave our presentation. Which was good. On a global level. So we were proud until the Secretary General told us to give ...
... beach or hostel roof top terrace and also lots of time to eat delicious (not to mention extremely cheap) Moroccan food. In a way Morocco was a great country to visit prior to heading home as it confirmed just how lucky I am to live in Australia, a clean and safe country filled with beautiful landscapes, cultural diversity and equal opportunities for men and women. I take every travel experience as a good one but it is fair to say I am feel I'm ready to come home ...
... some point. I have tough questions, I also have fun questions, but they all accumulate to form an article that will be moving, real and potentially controversial in this country.
So I'm practicing my confident tip-toeing. I won't dance around questions, but I will carefully craft them, and place them in the conversation based on the flow, the dynamics.
Cheers to the art of asking.
... mind and heart into learning how to effectively communicate.
So, I've decided on a plan - I'll learn three to five new phrases for each situation of the day; dinner, class, shopping, swimming, photographing and the like, then challenge myself to actually use them. It shatters language barriers merely showing enough respect and consideration to try, just try. It's taking the first step of a journey in the dark, ...