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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... but sneak them some food under the table. I saw one kitten that looked like it was having trouble seeing and was very skinny, it broke my heart. Our girls at home are VERY SPOILED!
Tomorrow we meet Ahmed and drive to Fes which has one of the best preserved old medinas (Kasbah/old city center) and is a no car zone.
Time for a good nights sleep, I'm thinking there will probably be a sunrise call to prayer begining the days fast.
Life is good
A Salaam ...
... one of them knows Peter. Luckily this guy, name Stephan, also owned a guesthouse in the medina, and he knew Peter, and after having something to drink we were finally able to meet up with Peter at the local cinema.
We had a nice talk with Peter, and he helped us find a nice hostel. The next few days were great. Tanger is a nice city, and walking through the medina (at least without the motorcycle) is great. You just have to find a way to get rid ...
... more than our 5+ a day in a meal featuring various fresh and tasty local vegetables. The sun set over the kasbah as people in long colourful kaftans did their shopping and the call to prayer echoed around. Nice.
Unfortunately getting from Chefchaouen to Fez was less nice. The best bus company had no seats left so we went second class. It was very hot. About 30km from Fez the bus crashed into the back of a ...
... road which I’m assuming leads to Akchour itself. There’s another village across the river and up the hill, but I decide to skip it and focus on reaching my goal. Here there’s a good bit of traffic—and these clearly are not rugged villagers… they all look like urban Moroccans heading for a day trip in Akchour. We’ll soon see if this place is really all that it’s cranked up to be.
... from the top.
My first goal today is to reach Akchour—a place I know little about, except that there’s supposed to be a stream, a waterfall and a natural bridge… and it’s one of the few places Moroccans tell me I should visit and I haven’t visited yet. I’ve been told that you need to have your own vehicle to get there, which I don’t… So I’m going to walk there… Of course, even if ...
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed