Rif For Anyone/Dar Scotlandee
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... wasn't until 2pm so we had four and a half hours to kill. We went and hung around the square from yesterday then at a cafe to kill time. When we got back the nice guy at the ticket office let us exchange our tickets for the 2pm bus so we didn't have to buy new ones which was lucky! Got to Tarifa and the ferry wasn't leaving for another hour and a half so we found a really nice beach by the port and hung out there. They appeared to be filming ...
... to a TKC 80 SAND - Again its like riding a TKC 80 LIFE - Very disappoint in the 1000 odd kilometres I got CONS - The tyre is too soft, it never seemed to vulcanise like the TKC 80 does. Wet road holding is shocking. Rand per KM is far too high POSITIVES - Can't think of anything its better at. For the money(rand per KM).... go buy a TKC 80 it works out cheaper. If you don't agree with me, just be very careful in the ...
... long haired member of our group was offered marijuana on more than one occasion.
Our guided tour took over two hours and our guide was full of information. He showed us where an old synagogue was and gave us all sorts of facts and figures. Chefchaouen was founded where it is because of a vast underground water source that flows aboveground through the city continuously.
Chefchaouen used ...
... Meet another couple at this point (He from Mexico City, and she from Buenos Aries) who were travelling to a town 200 kilometers passed where we were heading. We ended up sharing a taxi with this couple at ...
... interesting things, like the machinery they used to weave. We were also
told the reason the town was blue was in times where food preparation, in
particular involving fish, the blue colour was able to keep flies and
mosquitoes away from the food. Once our guide left us at the Kazbah, half of us
returned to the hotel from lunch so that we were ready for our Hammam. A Hammam
is a type of bath where you are scrubbed clean from tip to toe. When we got to