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TravelPod Member ReviewsDar Zman Chefchaouen
I was gonna check out on the first night, and then I stayed for 2 more nights. Simply fantastic
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Traveling to me always means meeting the right people at the right place. Chefchoauen is the place where I don't know when I should leave, I just want to stay a little longer everyday. I met the first member of my new family at Fez. Both of us were indecisive of whether we should go to Chefchoauen or Meknes, and we kinda persuaded each other to go …
... and canons still present. Our camel rides were highly anticipated by the group, but having been on two camel rides previously (once in Israel and the other at the Broome County Fair doing a reporter standup at my internship this summer in Binghamton) I actually was pretty upset at the way the owners were treating these camels. They were screaming commands at them and using large sticks which I thought was pretty cruel, and not like the previous camel rides I have been on. On a ...
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... the rest of the day travelling to Chefchaouen in the north of the country, stopping for lunch in a truly authentic little restaurant by the side of the road in one of the villages. Carcasses hanging up to whet your appetite, an open grill, and delicious tajines and grilled lamb. We've skipped dinner tonight.
The countryside has been lovely and so varied on the drive today. ...
... delicious, I think there were a couple of people with food envy!!
Stuffed full we decided to head back to camp and negotiated for a couple of taxi’s to take us there for 20 dh’s each, 5 dh per person. When we got to the campsite our driver tried to charge us 30 dh although the car behind had charged the agreed 20dh. We had a stand off, with 8 of us arguing with the 2 ...