Hotel Riad Dalia

25 Ouessaa Mtamar, Tetouan, 93000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B is located on 25 Ouessaa Mtamar, Tetouan.
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Travel Blogs from Tetouan

A day in Chefchaouen

A travel blog entry by johnodo on Apr 22, 2014

... 30 Australian. Had lunch at Aladdins restaurant which overlooks the main square and had a very tasty lunch. After lunch Cath went shopping for a rug and came back with a gleam in her eye. I was dragged back as she negotiated the price down from 5,200 to 3,000 dirham ($350 AUS). Very happy with the purchase. Celebrated Jose's birthday and our last night in this very beautiful and interesting town. Big bus trip tomorrow to Fes which is a much larger ...

The Road to Morocco

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

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... 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 ...

Tangier - a whole new world!

A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Oct 16, 2013

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... an hour time difference. While buying our tickets, Norm notices a young couple with a Canada flag on their backpack. He says "hello, Canada" and we soon discover they have recently graduated from high school and are almost neighbours at home (from Tsawassen). What a small world! The schedule indicates the crossing takes 35 minutes but in reality we are an hour.
We disembark and start the long walk out of the port area after having cleared customs. Once we ...

The Real World: Morocco

A travel blog entry by mchilds on Jul 17, 2013

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... point, Joel and some of the other volunteers were there, so I let them deal with Ashraf. He wasn't torn up too bad, thankfully the skin wasn't even broken, but he was obviously upset. The sad part is that he really can't control his face very much. If he can close his mouth, I've never seen it happen, and he can't make a whole lot of noise, so the only sign he was in pain was the steady stream of tears slipping out of his eyes. I felt terrible.

Ali spit in my face. ...

The Last Adventure

A travel blog entry by onegirlbigworld on Nov 30, 2012

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 ...