Dar Rass El Maa - Maison d'Hotes

Rue Rass El Maa, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen and into Spain

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... they might have ended up. Nope; this is it. Finally, up pulls the cab. Turns out the driver stopped by his house on the way to pick up another driver, drove part of the way to the ferry, stopped, the other driver took the wheel, and they drove the rest of the way.

Anyhow, with that, we went inside, bought ferry tickets without incident, and jumped on the boat for Algeciras. The ferries are all big high powered catamarans; the crossing takes ...

I'm Blue da ba dee

A travel blog entry by travelsofmary


... Cueta to Chefchaouen is two and a half hours and we've been driving for over an hour). I love me some Moroccans but never ask how long something will take because it won't be close. Not even a little bit. But back to the subject at hand. We arrived late in Chefchaouen so we didn't have time for much besides eating dinner.

The next morning we (well, those of us who aren't lazy) woke up, had breakfast and were taken on a tour by some man. We actually still ...

The Real World: Morocco

A travel blog entry by mchilds


... of notable events from the week:

Kelly got thrown up on. Just her feet, and luckily it was before breakfast and she was wearing flip flops, but still gross. Apparently they've started Ashraf on a new medication and his stomach didn't handle it too well. He was so out of it Monday morning that he wasn't even a pain in the butt in the bathing room. And instead of his normal trick of hanging on us like a big baby monkey, he just curled up in my lap and napped in ...

Morocco Norte

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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... coded signs (which still only made it comparably organized to, say, a hobo flea market, or Walmart on child tax day), but most of it was exactly the same - chickens for sale, carpet shops, donkeys hauling steel candelabras, the stench of the tanneries, severed camel heads, all sorts of random hammering, hats, you know, the usual. So I would say it was still a great place to visit, although not nearly as shocking and memorable as the first time ...

Fairy Tales and Reality Checks

A travel blog entry by diedopstap


... enchantment with the town slowly made way for a more realistic one, which I think usually tends to happen. You start noticing the smaller things. They´re not all beautiful, they´re not all hideous; they´re just part of the daily life of the locals. To illustrate, let´s have you wander through the bigger, less touristic market streets just outside the centre with your finely observing hawkeyes.

Walking past fruit ...


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