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Travel Blogs from Tetouan
... posted to an address in the Netherlands. Well, the scanned copy arrived, but it wasn’t a great copy – in that, you could see that it was a copy, and the original never arrived! Nor was it returned to Brisbane! It was well and truly lost. So, with fingers crossed, we got into the line for “Other Registered Vehicles” and waited, and waited, and waited. After seeing vehicles being cleared, Nick went up to the window and asked what ...
... that over a million sheep will be slaughtered in Morocco alone for this feast day, and that rich families are expected to share the meat with those less fortunate but that in reality many poor families borrow money to be able to purchase their own sheep or goat to slaughter.
We also get chatting with a sweet 10 year old Ethiopian girl who speaks very good English and who tells us she was adopted by an English father, a Finish mother but living in ...
I'm writing this entry on my iPod again, because I didn't want to being my laptop to Morocco... Yes, you read that right, Morocco!It's my last weekend in Europe, and so I figured I would mix things up a little by going to Africa for a few days. Living in Andelucia means that I am perfectly situated to visit Northern Africa, however, the trip isn't an easy one.First comes a 2.5 hour bus ride to Gibraltar, then a 1 hour ferry across the straight of Gibraltar to Ceuta, then a ...
... there lives never knowing that places like these still exist--(up until this weekend I definitely didn't either!) I really got the feeling this weekend that the world really isn't that small but instead it is far too large for me to ever fully know or understand. This trip has instilled in me a notion of feeling like a complete outsider. Staring out my bus window I couldn't help but feel like a sort of naive voyeur observing but not even close ...
10 hrs, 17.8 kms
I've already been in Tetouan several times, first with my wife back in April 2009, than in in June of that year I "officially" added it to my collection of explored towns and played my parkbench concert here. Then we stopped here twice on our way back from family trips to Chefchaouan and Ceuta respectively, and my daughter really enjoyed trying to climb the cliffs at the base of the old city and rolling down the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed