Dar Zman

Av. Hassan II Bab El Hammar, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

A beautiful and relaxing blue washed town

A travel blog entry by blackneys


Our last stop in Morocco before flying out from Tangier was the mountain village called Chefchaouen.

What a blend of cultures! The north of Morocco was occupied by the Spanish, rather than the French who conquered central and southern Morocco. The villagers spoke Spanish, Berber, French and Arabic. The old city was painted an almost …

Blue town

A travel blog entry by jocelynroles


... medinas which are the old parts of each town so it's a bit of a walk from the car to the house dragging a suitcase over wonky cobblestones!

This morning we first visited the Rabat Kasbah, a large fortress whose walls enclose a community of around 2000 people. It seems to be a much sort after address with lots of people buying into the Kasbah and doing up the old blue and white ...

I'm Blue da ba dee

A travel blog entry by travelsofmary


... it was one of the coolest experiences I've had while here. The leather master taught us how to cut leather cords for braiding and how to make different bracelets. He was so sweet and even bought us tea but we didn't get to stay long. From there we ran back to our apartment and grabbed our stuff for the Akchour hike. I am going to summarize this hike into a few sentences only, for your sake and mine. I mean how many times do you want to hear about my falls that lead to ...

The Real World: Morocco

A travel blog entry by mchilds


... point, Joel and some of the other volunteers were there, so I let them deal with Ashraf. He wasn't torn up too bad, thankfully the skin wasn't even broken, but he was obviously upset. The sad part is that he really can't control his face very much. If he can close his mouth, I've never seen it happen, and he can't make a whole lot of noise, so the only sign he was in pain was the steady stream of tears slipping out of his eyes. I felt terrible.

Ali spit in my face. ...

Mabel and Troops make it to Morocco

A travel blog entry by timshazz


On Day three the news came through that Drew's visa had arrived. We would finally be departing to Africa the following day. Spirits were high despite the cold, windy weather.

Over the previous three days, people had sorted out what they needed in their tent each night and the first early morning "pack-up" was somewhat organised. Some people had their **** together way before others but they would get plenty of practice over the next 10 months.

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