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... Don't think I would want my remains to end up like that.
Then it was back in the car and on the road to Chefchaouen, pronounced chef Sha wen. We drove by green fields, oak forests, seaside dunes, olive groves, shepherds with their sheep and finally onto the twisty mountain roads to arrive just on dusk. Along the way we stopped at a busy little village for lunch literally at a ...
... into Morocco. An hour and a half later we were finally through into the chaos of Morocco. There were cars everywhere trying to cross into Spain but breaking down, horns going
off constantly and people selling bits by the side of the road.
After about 20 mins we decided to stop for a toilet break and for lunch. We parked up in a car
park by the beach and made ourselves ...
... some of the people that I've grown close to over the past few weeks. I don't like it. The first week was sad. My eyes started watering a little as I was hugging people, but we were already late leaving for our trip so we didn't really have time to linger over goodbyes. The second week, I definitely got a little choked up, but I kept it in check and got over it pretty soon after getting into a taxi. Not so this past Friday. I cried. A lot. And continued to cry on and off all ...
... and beautiful hill settings but, much like using lacrosse gloves to give an erotic massage, it just didn't feel as good.
Anyway, all moaning and *****ing aside, although we had recently seen all sorts of wonderful deserts, oases, palmeraies and ocean views that were at least comparable, Chefchaouen was probably the nicest town/city we saw in all of Morocco. Snugly tucked into the foothills of steep hills and pseudo-mountains, the "blue ...