Walk on the Casablanca

• Walk on the Casablanca

Our expedition began in Morocco in Casablanca. Last time I was here 3 years ago. During this time, the city has changed a lot, I would say, incredibly changed much for the better. Here let light rail, built excellent pedestrian areas and put things in order. It is necessary to find out who's the mayor, may be you can drag it to us, consult the "strong economic managers"? And uncomfortable somehow, that in Africa, the purity and beauty and we ...

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According to the plan today, we had to get to Agadir, where even booked on the advice of readers have booked the cheapest hotel. Unfortunately, the plan went awry. We went on a slow road along the coast and spent a lot of time. So I had to urgently to stop for the night in Essaouira and change plans.

We leave in the morning from the hotel ... and then ... hmm ... well, somehow not very ...

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turns the corner ... we go further ... hmm ... better already! Street cafes at every turn, everyone drinks a great kofy ... It's time for breakfast. Moroccan breakfast - a freshly squeezed orange juice from the amazingly sweet oranges, tortilla, and excellent fresh coffee.

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Go ahead and then, suddenly, out of the corner leaves very long low-floor light rail!

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It is hard to believe that this is Africa! December 12, 2012 Alstom launched a tram line length of 31 km in Casablanca.

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Walking-street tram. This is the best that can be in the city.

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Stop.

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Sometime in Russia will be the same as the tram stops in Africa.

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Ticket Machines.

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Tram!

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Go ahead, and then you shop! This is the most beautiful shop I've ever seen!

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For that kind of chic shops can be forgiven all the city, even the bad tiles and debris! Someday Omsk place the same interesting shops, of course, with wooden sidushkami to not freeze in the cold.

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This brand bar in Casablanca. One of the best road bumps that I've seen. Sometime, in Omsk will be their beautiful road bars.

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excellent pedestrian crossings are made in Casablanca. They are protected by the bars, they are without borders ... The only problem is that drivers do not stop and do not miss pedestrian. It looks strange.

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Kitten.

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center of Casablanca, the Medina, the old town outside the city walls. the old streets of the machine do not go no place, so even taking out the trash manually.

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Residents are very glad that the man with the camera.

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The taxi drivers.

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Car wash in the street. On the first day we've been trying to find a sink to wash your car, but everything was closed. It turned out that it is necessary to give 2 euros every valet in the morning and the car will be perfectly clean.

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By lunchtime, left Casablanca. Now I had to find a nice place to paste over Expeditionary car stickers. Since we have chosen the path along the coast, we decided to paste the car on a wild beach.

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In order to please the readers unique shots we took a lot of technology. Here, for example, multicopter. Its specially assembled for the expedition. Hopefully it will do without crashes, and no one will knock. The first tests took place on the beach.

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It took almost three hours for pasting machines. I never thought that so hard to glue stickers, especially the big ones. In the heat of the film is deformed and avoid the bubbles is very difficult.

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Stop for lunch in El Jadida, a small resort town 120 km south of Casablanca.

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In El Jadida excellent pedestrian crossings!

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Park.

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Pier with simulators.

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Locals.

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Watermelon costs 15 per kg (for local, think 2 times cheaper). Inside it is empty, the pulp is small, but tasty.

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In Morocco other than oranges, used to make juice at every step.

Walk on the Casablanca