Rif For Anyone/Dar Scotlandee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the doors indicating if a family was a"holy family" meaning direct descendent of the profit Mohammed which was the same if they had a symbol of a hand on there door. Really interesting way to see around the blue painted streets and houses of the old town. The houses are actually painted blue four times a year and done so because it keeps the houses cool on inside as it repels the heat of the ...
... like King Joffery off Game Of Thrones. I don't really think anymore of it and jump back on the bus and enjoy our lovely trip up into the mountains.
On arriving I go to grab our main bag and when I find Gabriella she is excited. Turns out one of the travelers getting on the bus had recognised him and had a photo with him. Once Gabriella asks the girl what the deals about she also recognised him as he was staying in our hostel in Fez (ironically she ...
... again for a late lunch.
A lazy, relaxing afternoon was spent back at the riad at the pool and experiencing our first hammam. It was indeed an hour well spent. Whilst in the 'hammam' (steam room), we first had black soap (based on olives and argan oil soaked in salt and potash) rubbed all over us. The soap is designed to prepare the skin for exfoliation. This was rinsed off, followed by a scrub with a coarse mitt/loofah ...
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There was a stretch in the middle where potholes gave way to slick mud which was pretty slippery, then a stretch where tons ...
... stay at a hotel this time as Algaciras didn't seem to have a good selection of Airbnb options), we took a taxi to the port and bought our ferry ticket. We caught the 10:30 am ferry which dropped us at Ceuta at 11:30 am. From there we had to make our way out of the port and into the main city area where we caught bus number 7 that took us right to the ‘Frontera’ or border with Morocco. This was the first time we were to cross any sort of ...