Asian Garden in Casablanca, Morocco

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55 thoughts on “Asian Garden in Casablanca, Morocco”

    • LOL! 🙂 We ‘always’ the first ones. Most of the restaurants are open for lunch until 3 pm and open again at 7 pm. That time we are ready to eat but most of the diners arrive 9pm onwards…(too late for me to have dinner!)

  1. Watched a program last night on tuna fishing and how they may go extinct in less than 10 years if sustainable fishing methods aren’t forced, Japan is the worst…one tuna selling for $100,000.00…that would cause many to over-fish by means of netting, with the loss of thousands of shark, sea turtles and dolphin in the mix…whoa!

    Have a great week ahead!

    • I guess that is the reason why they don’t have tuna as often as before.
      It’s a difficult dilemma: the tuna is already dead when they offer it in the restaurant.
      As an individual all kinds of protection of the animals/nature of this planet should be controlled by world leaders.
      I know Japan is the worst.
      And polluting this world worst is….whatever the country but it should be the leaders of the world who together make the rules what is fair to our planet.

    • Thanks Tracy!
      This weekend was long – Friday was a holiday for my husband. Weekend felt much longer than usually…
      Have a great week ahead!

    • Thanks for changing the title for my post – I’m not quite sure how and what to post for SS…yet. 🙂
      Thanks for your visit,
      have a good week ahead!

  2. The garden shadows are so beautiful. And a bit surprising because there are some plants in the lower part, but there are also shadows that come from above. Lovely!

  3. What an artistic restaurant! The red and black motif is bold, perhaps that shows up in the food. Lovely tuna and salmon, perhaps of bold taste too with the fiery green wasabi. All nicely captured!

    • aaaah, magic world…It is – they have open kitchen – you can see the cooks working! Isn’t that a small magic? 🙂
      Have a great week ahead!


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