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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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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 …
voyages of discovery of the Portuguese. Before we left Belem, our tour leader
managed to get Portuguese tarts for us from Pasteis de Belem, even though there
was a long queue waiting outside to be seated. We ate our tarts at the tram
stop, but they were quite delicious. In the afternoon we caught the subway to
the bus station & then had a pleasant 3 hour bus trip to Olhao. We walked
to our guesthouse, owned by an Australian couple. ...
... five cost an exorbitant $30! Meryl decided she wanted to visit the local hairdressers so Donna and I tagged along. It was lovely to be part of the local community for a short time, doing everyday things. We met Samir at 5pm and headed to the local women's cooperative where then sell hand made berber rugs. Everyone was entertained for the next few hours as I had then display just about every rug in the shop until I ...
... actually with its colours, narrow alleys and steep stairs. We had a walking tour around the old city area and then had dinner in the central square near the Kasbah (old fortress). Was just beautiful with the lights and exotic fabrics on the chairs. The food is all quite nice but I haven't had any really outstanding flavours yet. The Hotel Madrid was very comfortable and exotic looking inside. I can't say enough how gorgeous this town is. A photo op at every ...
... at the border, which was considerably more mobbed than the Israel/Jordan border, but same formula: exit visa, no-man’s-land, entry visa, customs. Customs was a couple of guys in chairs who waved us through, indicating we should not bother even to feed our bags through the scanner. We are now in Schengen territory and have a cumulative 90 days in the next 180 days that we can spend in Schengen countries, which includes most of Europe. The clock is ...