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... finished our walk just after 12 and went to have lunch.
Lunch was predominantly cous cous, something we are told the Moroccan’s love. It was so hot (the temperature that is, not the lunch) that we thought after lunch we’d retire to our hotel to swim and read and that is exactly what we did.
Today we got an email from Lizzie saying she stayed at the same hotel when she was ...
... perfect rugs for home. Then the haggling began! As Zalie said, the best entertainment she has had in ages. After exercising the credit card, I needed a drink so we headed to one of the few hotels in Chefchaouen for a G&T, then back to our lunch destination to sample other items on the menu ($20 this time) and home to bed. Tomorrow its off to Fez and the home of the famous medina - need to increase the credit card ...
... the fact that we would have to travel the longer Ferry Route from Algeciras Spain to Ceuta Spain in order to get an early enough bus and an early enough ferry to arrive in Chefchaouen well before dark.
... the Medina a bit more before finishing our day with Dinner at Bab Souq.
Lastly I want to say we both really liked our accommodation, Riad Baraka. The English boys that run it are quite funny and interesting, the place is very clean and it has a beautifully set up rooftop terrace with fantastic views over the town.
... it again. I am curious however about the difference between a Moroccan 'hammam' and a Turkish 'hamam'/bath. Perhaps we will change our minds when we get to Turkey!
Dinner was taken on the rooftop terrace of the riad. We met Tom (a retired radiologist) and his wife, Tomasina (an artist) from San Francisco. They had just arrived for a 3 week 'working' holiday - Tomasina was going to paint her way through Morocco starting from Chefchaouen.