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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 ...
... out his apparently poor fashion sense - though I was not really paying much attention at the time). Small world to be sharing a bus with King Joff huh - See now surely that's interesting!
So what is there to say about Chefchaouen. My issue is nothing I can put into words will do this the justice it deserves and it probably rates as our favourite place so far on this trip.
Chefchaouen is a small town situated up in ...
... again for a late lunch.
A lazy, relaxing afternoon was spent back at the riad at the pool and experiencing our first hammam. It was indeed an hour well spent. Whilst in the 'hammam' (steam room), we first had black soap (based on olives and argan oil soaked in salt and potash) rubbed all over us. The soap is designed to prepare the skin for exfoliation. This was rinsed off, followed by a scrub with a coarse mitt/loofah ...
... good job we had laid the parcel shelf on the floor of the van; its a good job we hadn't had cream buns for breakfast! Our stomachs were so churned by the bumping around that we had to stop the van every now and then just to have a rest.
... to where we wanted to go.
As our travels in Spain came to a close we revisited the various blogs and travel sites to get hints and tips on entering Morocco by ferry. Our original plan was to take a train from Granada to Algeciras, spend the night in Algeciras (not much to see there) and then take the ferry the next morning to Tangier Med, the new port, in Morocco. A shuttle bus from Tangier Med port would take us to Tangier (the old city) and ...