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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... she has called us the “chosen ones”.
We didn’t feel that chosen this morning as we had to get up, get packed and our tents down by 6am ready to catch the 9am ferry over to Ceuta. Ceuta is Spanish owned so is the
easiest crossing to take. The crossing took about an hour, we had a slight issue getting off the ferry as some of the group had borded the truck and then ...
... locking gates over them, and the temperature rises to nearly six-hundred degrees Celsius when the house is closed up. Now, there is a trade-off. There are roaches of rather impressive size that live around and, when the doors and windows are left open, inside the house. Does this give you the right to seal your room off to all airflow, trapping your five roommates in a sauna, in a futile attempt to keep roaches out of your room? The answer, dear friends, is no. Unless ...
... and Hezbollah." I'll admit, it was an uncomfortably few minutes. That is, until he pulled out some beauty cream for sale, which the women seemed to love. Apparently in the Middle East Hamas and Hezbollah can be used to sell products much like a US company might market the official watch of the Navy SEALs. Maybe it's the official cream of their wives? It's also possible that because I don't speak Arabic, and what little I used to know was a different dialect, I completely misheard ...
... rewarded it for its 48 hours of suffering and impressive resilience by bludgeoning it into submission with the giant beef tajine at Souk Café, the one that consists of beef, gravy, more beef, a couple potatoes, oh, and a lot more beef. It took it like a champ. Unfortunately, sugar was apparently still on the no-go list and against my better judgement I decided to wait until the next day before tackling some of mom's patented chocolate cookies, the ones ...
... simple looking graveyard on the way. Cows were grazing amongst the graves so I figured my presence wasn't taboo. Passed an elderly women herding goats in a rather suprising way. Throwing rocks at them, shouting and smacking them with a stick when they weren't eating from the correct bush... Was pretty funny.Starting to get hungry now so back down the hill to purvey some fresh market produce...*****Well I didn't quite make it that far... Sitting on ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting