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... with blue tombstones. The view of the blue buildings of
Chefchaouen was beautiful! We continued down into the town past the river where
the ladies were out doing the washing. We wandered through the blue Medina. I’m
probably biased because my favourite colour is blue, but the town was pretty
cool. Our guide introduced us to all the important sights in the Medina, there
were many little shops along the path and often our guide would stop to ...
After a huge breakfast at the hotel, we all squashed into a taxi for the trip to Chefchaouen. The taxi driver kept us entertained - I had concerns at one point the car wasn't going to make it, but the old Mercedes with over 800,000 on the clock came through for us. Chefchaouen is beautiful. Still a very busy place but a very different atmosphere to Tangier. People here are friendly and not as pushy. Could stay here a bit longer but we have to leave around lunchtime tomorrow to catch the ...
... marinara' I've had for a while.
Returned to the riad after lunch for a swim in the hotel pool. It's a smallish indoor pool (about 3X6m) heated to 28 degrees in the centre of the riad - what would otherwise have been a courtyard, I'm guessing?? I suspect that because of its size, they have made it for the exclusive use of hotel guests who can reserve it for hour long slots. It was a very relaxing experience as surprisingly, there wasn't an ...
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When the Spanish ...
... checked our stamps and welcomed us to his country.
Once in Morocco territory we withdrew some more dirhams at the ATM which was open. Our research told us not to use ATMs if the bank isn't open as the ATM at times sucks in the card and asks you to contact the bank. We continued walking towards a huge number of old Mercedes Benz cars called Grand Taxis. We had done our research so we knew what to do here – bargain bargain bargain! We ...