Dar Rass El Maa - Maison d'Hotes
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... it was while we were swimming that a great racket broke out and we realized it was the imams calling the faithful to prayer from their minarets. The next call to prayer is at 4.00am and of course we can’t wait for that.
At 9.00pm we had our dinner which we had to preorder at Jerez. It was great.
Morocco is two hours behind Spain so that at 10.00pm, our bodies were telling us it was 12.00pm and after a long travelling day we called it a ...
... to beef koftas, which was beef, onion, spices and coriander, all ground in front of us. The second choice was lamb cutlets, seasoned with spices. Served with fresh cobb bread (similar to a turkish pide) and mint tea, the meal was the best we have had! Next stop was the magical Chefchaouen. We had seen photos of the blue city but you are often disappointed when you see the real thing - not this city! Although there is a ...
... Ride to Algeciras Spain, and then a 1 hour Ferry Crossing to Ceuta Spain (a little piece of Spain that is actually located in Africa). From the ferry it is a 10 minute taxi ride, or a 15 minute walk and then ...
... 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 ...
... good pics. (I think he does it intentionally so the onus is not on him to take any photos!). We sought refuge from the sun after a few hours of ambling and had morning (mint) tea in a square under a grape vine by the food markets and watched the local traffic go by.
Chefchaouen is a very picturesque town. It reminds me of a Greek island with its blue and whitewashed houses minus the sea. The mountain air is fresh (after Marrakesh and Fes) and it is ...