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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 …
... good pics. (I think he does it intentionally so the onus is not on him to take any photos!). We sought refuge from the sun after a few hours of ambling and had morning (mint) tea in a square under a grape vine by the food markets and watched the local traffic go by.
Chefchaouen is a very picturesque town. It reminds me of a Greek island with its blue and whitewashed houses minus the sea. The mountain air is fresh (after Marrakesh and Fes) and it is ...
... that the journey had not left us with one single clunk! We finally arrived in Chefchaouen just before 4pm.....long day...ferry can wait!
... has started to get impatient and so were we – but the last thing you want to do in this situation is to get flustered. We then headed over to office 5. This was about 100 metres away crossing four traffic lanes that were being constructed. We reached office 5 - again there was confusion about where this office was but we got there in the end (escorted by a Moroccan police officer!!). Finally two immigration officers greeted us and we told them about ...
... I will probably not go back.
Now Cueta, that is another story. Oh. My. Gosh. Traveling to Cueta was the weirdest experience I've ever had. But before I explain why, some background information will be needed. Cueta is a Spanish city on the north coast of Africa, bordering Morocco on the west, which meant that we had to cross a border and go through immigration. When I asked Sarah (a CIEE employee) what the border was going to be like, she said one ...