Rif For Anyone/Dar Scotlandee
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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... get much of a chance to see anything of Tangiers, although it looked busy and chaotic.
It was Ramadan and as we travelled along we noticed large groups of men just lounging around, waiting for the all clear so they could stop fasting. Hardly a woman in sight, just men neither drinking (alcohol is forbidden of course) or smoking (forbidden as well). Makes a change from Europe where just about every man and his dog smokes.
So we ...
... catching the boat from another port back to the mainland. We
bought some salmon & salads & barbecued our own meal on the rooftop
terrace that night.
I am going to
attempt to upload some photos, which takes a lot of time. Please forgive me if
I don’t always have the photos labelled correctly, because I am selecting them
from tiny photos & they may not always be very good. Cheers for now, Geoff (GR)
After such a wonderful day, could it be possible to do it again? We all had a fairly poor nights sleep due in part to our pillow (see photo attached). It wasn't until tonight that Samir, our Tour Leader, told us that european style pillows were in the cupboard and even he doesn't use the traditional, sausage shaped pillow. After what would be described as a continental breakfast, plus freshly squeezed juice (but no chèvre :( ) it ...
... better Moroccan meals we have had.
The last day unfortunately Gabriella was not feeling that great so I set off on my own in the mid morning to walk up to the monastery that is a twenty minute walk away and overlooks the town (so yes read uphill - but not to bad). After wards I took the slow way back walking around the edges of the Medina before making my way back. By then Gabriella is feeling a better so we head off to have some lunch before ...
... sandpaper). Ouch, that was a long, painful process! I felt my skin red raw and tingling from the process. Whoever believed in exfoliating anyway? Another rinse-off and then came the mud (this is when Chris remarked that he felt like a pig wallowing in mud!) ..... followed by a final shampoo (to remove any remaining black soap and mud) and rinse.
Although it was not altogether an unpleasant experience, neither of us was sure if we ...