Tracey and I planned to go on a day trip to
and see Volubilis, which is an
ancient Roman ruin that stretches out to over 40 hectares, however, our client
told us that it is not safe for two women to go there on our own since it is
very far from everything else. Since
most of our teammates are not available this Saturday, we just went to Rabat Medina
and strolled mostly along Rue des Consuls which is the "artisan" end
of the Meknes ,
near the Kasbah to do some shopping.
Tracey (the “Shopaholic”) again won the “Shopper Award.” I wonder though
how she would pack all those stuff in her luggage. Hmmm… Medina
After a few hours in the medina, we wandered around
to find Matsuri which is a good Japanese restaurant (according to trip
pathway to Cafe Maure from Andalusian Garden
(This is where Rabatis come to relax and pass the time. From here there are views of Sale's medina, of the Bou Regreg and of the Atlantic Ocean.)
Rue Mohammed V...Matsuri hunt!!!
pickled olives and lemons
want a haircut?
palm-tree lined boulevard
nice & quick, huh..promise? :)
Bank Al Machrib
Cathedral Saint-Pierre, built in the 1930s
We walked for almost 3 hours but luck was not on our side that day :s In the end, we just ate at the Rabat Ville Train Station food court.
For dinner, we rode the tram and tried out a French restaurant for a change. I had Paname salad as recommended by Amy & La Suzette Crepe. :-)
trying to decipher the menu (which is in French) >.<
with my La Suzette