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... the quaint streets checking out the local wares and taking an abundance of pictures. The colours, tight streets and overall sense of the place made it a great day out. I recommend if you have the time, to stay overnight as it was a very long day trip from Fes and not how we had intended to do it but the Sahara was ...
down the hill & stumbled across the railway station, a lot closer than the
way I had left the railway station for Palacio de Pena. I caught the train back
to Lisbon & then walked more around Lisbon.
morning we caught a tram to a waterfront area called Belem. We went to a famous
bakery called Pasteis de Belem, but couldn’t get a table, even though there is
seating for 400. We walked past the Monastery of ...
Our last full day in the blue city began early with Zalie and I taking a private guided hike of the mountain area around Chefchaouen. Due to the heat, we set off at 7:30am and made our way to the new part of town and then up through the small villages on the mountainside. These people live a very basic life, caring for their goats and sheep and growing crops. Every day the women walk into town to sell their goats milk ...
... out his apparently poor fashion sense - though I was not really paying much attention at the time). Small world to be sharing a bus with King Joff huh - See now surely that's interesting!
So what is there to say about Chefchaouen. My issue is nothing I can put into words will do this the justice it deserves and it probably rates as our favourite place so far on this trip.
Chefchaouen is a small town situated up in ...
... sit and have some lunch. After a long lunch you head back to your Dar and have a siesta till 5. Wake up and have some coffee on the terrace. Head into the medina again and soak in the atmosphere. Maybe snack on some sweets while walking around. At 9 pm go grab some dinner at the main square and call it a night after some mint tea. We've had pretty awesome 3 days in Chaouen and we're already used to this amazing lifestyle. Definitely our first highlight.
2. Sweets and food ...