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I was gonna check out on the first night, and then I stayed for 2 more nights. Simply fantastic
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Arrive Sunday April 05 – Depart Wednesday April 08
The travel from Seville Spain to Morocco was not nearly as difficult as I thought it might be. That is after I accepted the fact that we would have to travel the longer Ferry Route from Algeciras Spain to Ceuta Spain in order to get an early enough bus …
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 …
The village is built into the mountainside, painted white and Blue. I believe the blue colour is more recent as the Islamic green was likely the colour less than100 years ago.
We were delighted to be parked next to friends we met a month ago and were able to compare stories of our Moroccan experiences. They and another set of friends were able to ...
... beautiful little oasis we had stepped into. The staff here are so friendly, carrying our bags for us up the stairs to our rooms, and our room has an amazing view over the city. There is a swimming pool outside with a huge tent nearby full of cushions to relax in, & everywhere seems to smell of jasmine! We had dinner at the restaurant here which was all traditional Moroccan food, it was delicious! We are looking forward to exploring ...
After a huge breakfast at the hotel, we all squashed into a taxi for the trip to Chefchaouen. The taxi driver kept us entertained - I had concerns at one point the car wasn't going to make it, but the old Mercedes with over 800,000 on the clock came through for us. Chefchaouen is beautiful. Still a very busy place but a very different atmosphere to Tangier. People here are friendly and not as pushy. Could stay here a bit longer but we have to leave around lunchtime tomorrow to catch the ...