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... The bus station in Seville was an easy 20 minute walk from our Hotel and we only arrived an hour and 6 minutes before the 7:14 am bus was to leave. Not bad when travelling with Karyn.
First our 3 ...
... 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
... to eat together, then we went with Kate (a friend from the group) for a ticky tour around the town, looking at the shops and bartering for a good deal. Brook ended up buying a shirt, so now he blends in with the locals. We headed back towards our accommodation, when we found a small cafe beside a stream, so the three of us decided to stop for some mint tea, and relax in the sunshine. When we got back ...
... of chlorine (silver ions used).
On a street corner very close to our riad, there hung a multitude of colourful, quirky beanies. They were irresistable. I had to look twice to find the person responsible for these crazy creations. In the tiniest, dark and dingy nook in the wall (I had to blink my eyes to adjust to the darkness), Mohammed (yes, that was his name), the 'hat man' appeared (see pics). Needless to say, his little nook was filled 'floor to ...
... maps for Morocco in their GPS's. So winding our way into the very guts of Tangier we found a plaza with some banks managed to warn off the touts and got the necessary folding stuff. The rest of the ride to Chefchaoun was uneventful. the town of Chefchaouen itself proved to be a big surprise. Before settling into the town however we had to find a hotel. This we did after navigating our way into a narrow lane following the instructions of ...