Dar Rass El Maa - Maison d'Hotes

Rue Rass El Maa, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B is located on Rue Rass El Maa, Chefchaouen.
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    Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

    Like pigs in mud ...

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Another late breakfast after which we strolled to the top of the fortified town wall. Candelaria (from the riad) had told us where to find the textile enclave of the medina. She had described a short djellaba produced locally that was very popular in Norway (Interestingly enough, the locals didn't care much for it!) - she had a small export business. As I was curious to see what they looked like, we went to investigate.

    We ended up at ...

    No Chef in Chefchaouen!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... good job we had laid the parcel shelf on the floor of the van; its a good job we hadn't had cream buns for breakfast! Our stomachs were so churned by the bumping around that we had to stop the van every now and then just to have a rest.

    Algeciras to Chefchaouen.. what a journey!!!

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Mar 15, 2014

    ... stay at a hotel this time as Algaciras didn't seem to have a good selection of Airbnb options), we took a taxi to the port and bought our ferry ticket. We caught the 10:30 am ferry which dropped us at Ceuta at 11:30 am. From there we had to make our way out of the port and into the main city area where we caught bus number 7 that took us right to the ‘Frontera’ or border with Morocco. This was the first time we were to cross any sort of ...

    On the road again....

    A travel blog entry by lizziejbruce on Jan 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... we drove to Safrou, famous for growing cherries. Along the way, more Olive trees! Today we watch many families out harvesting. Large mats are placed under the trees and from underneath the branches are hit with sticks until the olives drop.In Safrou we meet our local guide Rajaa, who takes us through the Medina (old city) from the 14/15th Century. This one is divided into two sections by a river. The Jewish ...

    I'm Blue da ba dee

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmary on Oct 10, 2013

    8 photos

    ... long they'd been dating, or her role in the household. One thing I've noticed before but always find so comforting is that, no matter which city I visit in whichever country, you find that life is lived relatively the same. People marry and have kids, and strive to provide for their families, either working in an office or working the fields, and all they want in life is for their children to be happy and have chances that they didn't have. It is comforting to know ...