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This morning we had free time until 10.30am so we decided to try to have a sleep in & go to the post office, which took nearly an hour! When we met back up with our group, we went to the local markets together. Today we have to have lunch on the bus while we are travelling, so we had time to buy some food there. Our tour leader, Andrea, the took us to the local castle, Alcázar de Jerez, we only had half an hour to look around. As ...
... with many stories to tell and talked the night away while listening to the nocturnal sounds of the Medina from a rooftop terrace.
... were gigantic, the table, everything on the table, even the candle.....massive. It was like being in a giant's world, either everything was cheap from a junk shop or they needed to sack their interior designer! I ordered a tropical salad and Mark ordered a pizza....both were off the menu! We asked them to bring us food...anything! I got spaghetti bolognese and Mark got a chicken tagine with stewed apricots.....both were good! We hit the streets to walk off the ...
There is no train service to Chefchaouen; it can be reached only by bus or, if you prefer, you can take a grand taxi, a uniquely Moroccan institution. A grand taxi is a Mercedes Benz, at least forty years old and painted blue, which carries the driver and six passengers, two in the front and four in the back. We elected to take the bus from Fes to Chefchaouen. The trip is lovely; green, lush fields crisscross valleys bounded by craggy mountain ranges. The ...
Slept in a bit today after a late night writing up my blog. Not to worry today we have an easy 1.5 hour ride to Tarifa where we will catch the ferry to Tangier (Morocco). Finally we were getting used to ordering a meaningful breakfast, so that was a good thing except for the fact that we were about to leave Spain. An easy ride down the coast line and a few toll booths later saw us close to our intended destination. Coming around one turn ...