Hotel Riad Dalia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... we pretty much spent it on resting and chilling. Five of us met the last member of the new family on the street, and we decided to climbed up to the Spanish mosque to enjoy the sunset, the barefoot, the hugs, the laughs and the moment together. The scenery was breath taking, every step along the hike made me stop and wonder, the beauty of Chefchaouen was incomprehensible. More wonderfully, these 5 people created my memory in morocco. Chefchaouen ...
... 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 ...
... glimpse of a sword and by the time I turned around, the stranger was gone with all money. I started to regret making the journey in the first place and why I left my sheep, my country and my family. However, the stones tell me what to do and I went on with what the stones lead me to do.
After this, I decided to find a job so I went to a glass shop and offered to clean the windows in exchange for something to eat. The ...
... He got over it though. By Friday morning, he had decided it was a really fun game to dig his nails as hard as he could into the arm of one of the more immobile kids. This boy is so immobile, in fact, that he's kind of a living doll. He can't even sit up in his chair, so they just keep it all the way reclined. He also can't shut his mouth at all, so when it's time to feed him, you just drop little chunks of mushy bread into his mouth and hope to God that he doesn't ...
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 ...