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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... haven't experienced and the mountains of northern Morocco were in the background, not to mention wonderful people.
Chefchaouen is a town in the mountains known for numerous light blue buildings that offer a very scenic view. We explored the Medina and looked around the stores and walked in a few. There was one store with a great deal of incense and spices, some of it was hanging from the roof, it was really cool to see. ...
1. Picture this - wake at around 9.30 am and have some breakfast on the terrace overlooking the Rif mountain range. Then around 11 am step out and enter the medina where a blast of blue greets you. Everything is painted in some shade of blue. You then walk around the tiny lanes observing the people go around doing their business or talk to shopkeepers trying to get you to see their products - hand bags, souvenirs, carpets etc. you take pictures and by 2 pm or so find a small ...
... Yum! The meat was hanging up on hooks outside, the cook was working over coals on the footpath but the food was delicious and very atmospheric with the townspeople busily walking by us doing their market shopping. Beef targine and barbecued lamb chops cooked on the hot coals. Great experience.
Many of the men here wear a long gown called a jellaba. It's very warm looking and perfect for ...
... dress, a jalab, for men seems to be these
wizard gowns, i’ve been trying to get sneaky photo’s to show you!
We rolled into camp, put the tents up in the dark and sat around the camp fire for a dinner of veggie chilli. Some of us decided to crack open the Captain Morgan’s and the night got pretty messy for a few! I introduced pass the pigs to the gang and then ...
... vent now about angry things. One would think that, when travelling in a less-developed country, some differences in lifestyle are to be expected. For example, let's say you're in Morocco for a week and the house you are staying in is not air-conditioned. The solution of every volunteer to come before you, including the people who have been in your room for weeks before you, is to keep the doors and windows open. The air is cool outside, all of the downstairs doors and ...