Casa La Palma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... drinker anytime soon!
Once we had finished tasting sherry we were back on the bus
to go to Morocco! Two bus trips, a ferry trip and another bus trip and seven
hours later we had arrived in Chefchaouen. The travel all went very smoothly.
Instead of waiting for us to arrive in Morocco to clear customs, on the ferry
they do all the processing, which really streamlined the whole process. We also
had the last drinks before heading to Morocco, where ...
... height: 1.428571em;">Learned that the surrounding Rif Mountain region produces up to ONE HALF of the world's supply of hashish, which was fairly evident from the abundance of grow-ops that hug the rolling hillside.
... that said she totally understood.....I mean, either run a restaurant or run a bloody kindergarten but don't try and mix them....not good for business!
... to get a bite close by. Once we got back we boarded our 3 pm bus to Chaouen. The bus left almost on time and we were on our way to our destination. Tired and finally on the last leg of the journey, we slept off while the bus made its way through the Rif ranges. At 4:30 pm we arrived at our destination – a charming little mountain village. We took a shared petit taxi to our Dar (guest house). Exhausted but happy, we had completed our long journey from Algeciras to ...
... and. Night's accommodation all at inflated prices ( in my opinion). This was especially in sharp contrast to our previous night in a much more pleasant environment. Oh and just to cap off my miserable attitude the hotel had no power when we got back. Now I am sitting in my room writing this an listening to the sounds of the night. Dogs barking, people talking excitedly kids yelling. Well, at least I can't hear that rooster ...