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... Chefchaouen is about 140 000 people of whom 100% are Muslim. Only Sunnis, absolutely no Shi’ites, but there is a tolerated minority group of Muslims – the Sufi, a branch of mystic Islam.
The way our guide described it Muslims are very caring towards each other and they help their less fortunate "brothers" (and sisters) financially, and with caring for the elderly and infirm, especially ...
... tarts at the tram
stop, but they were quite delicious. In the afternoon we caught the subway to
the bus station & then had a pleasant 3 hour bus trip to Olhao. We walked
to our guesthouse, owned by an Australian couple. They welcomed us with beer
& wine on the rooftop terrace, from where there was a fantastic view of the
town. We went to a seafood restaurant on the waterfront & had a delicious
morning was ...
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 ...
... the following day just walking around the Medina getting purposefully lost and trying to find some hidden gems as well as looking for that perfect photo opportunity to try and capture what the town in the right light. I am not sure we managed the later but Gabriella was certainly happy when we found a few shops selling old jewelry and similar pieces, even it took the rest of the afternoon mulling over it in her head which we were looking around to go back and ...
... and Bollywood stars. Bollywood seems to really fascinate them. Shopkeepers however do start a very polite conversation with the aim to get you into their shop. We have resisted that so far. If you enter the shop, you will be compelled to have some tea and the next thing you know you will be walking out with a carpet which you never wanted. So don't enter the shop if you don't want to buy.
4. The medina - everything is blue here and the medina is a labyrinth of ...