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Staying in a riad is definitely something you shouldn't miss when traveling to Morocco, this way you'll get an authentic image of the real Morocco.
Bed and breakfast means that only breakfast is included beside the bed.
Half board means that breakfast and dinner are included.
Most of the hotels have safety deposit boxes, sometimes even in your room/cabin. All you need do is ask at reception and they will give you instructions on how to use them.
There are many cheap, clean and well located hotels/hostel/riads in Marrakech and Fes. In Morocco There is a great choice of accommodation for different budgets.
It is not advised to attempt this, though some road signs are in French and Arabic, the majority are in Arabic only and there are simply not any good road maps as well the lights during the night are very seldom done. So hiring a local driver who knows the country would be very advisable.
Sometimes it isfine but mostly you could find yourself paying more for the ride than the fare by bus or taxi would have been.
Algeciras ( Spain ) to Tangiers is the most popular route to Morocco. It take around thirty minutes to cross and it travels mostly every hour.
Some people find it comfortable while others no, but camel ride is a unique experience that shouldn’t be missed.
Mostly there are pharmacies in every town, the only issue is a very few pharmacist speak English but you can ask your guide to translate.
It not advised! As you are not used to it, it can upset you stomach, causing diarrhoea. For drinking preferrable bottled water.
It is perfectly safe to do this. You often swallow small amounts of water whilst in the shower or swimming and this causes no problems.
Most places accept these including all decent hotels / riads , but most of restaurants do not, so it advisable to carry cash and for shopping in the souks.
Every bank has an ATM outside it. You can also find them in the airports and railway stations.
Everyone has their own style and rate of travel spending.
It is generally safe but dress conservatively by covering your shoulders, stomach and keens and avoid fitting clothes, no need to cover your head, try to use your common sense when dealing with men avoid overdoing the eyes contact with unkown men.
Moroccans love children and they are the central aspiration in every Moroccan family, having a child can help you to open up opportunities for getting to know people. Bring your child's favourite teddy bear or equivalent like colouring pencils and books that will keep the child occupy during long trips.
Alcohol is available in Morocco, in big super markets and better hotels, foreingers restaurants. You should know you are only allowed to bring 2 litres with you into the country.
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