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... back to the same station where I arrived the
day before & we caught a train to Salamanca, which took about 3 hours. We
checked in at our hotel & then our guide took us for a walk around the
town. We had lunch at an outdoor restaurant together & then we separated to
do our own thing. One of my tour companions & I walked along the River
Tormes & then crossed an old Roman bridge (Puente Romano) to the other
side, where we ...
... a look around on the boat and found the restaurant, where we sat down for some food. As we just started eating we noticed much to our surprise that we were entering a port already, whereas we were not close to Tanger yet! Turned out we were not going to Ceuta and not to Tanger either, but to some port in between....
As we got off the ferry even more waiting. Our first taste of how efficient border crossings are here. First we had to show passport. ...
... accommodation we continued the relaxation beside the swimming pool, while Brook went for a swim. What a lovely way to spend the afternoon. The group went out together for dinner,we started on the rooftop of the restaurant, where we had amazing views, until thunder, lightening & rain struck (rain is pretty rare here!) so we had to move downstairs. Lovely Moroccan food though so we all left very ...
Road trip!!! I talked to Mohamed about going to Chefchaouen and I am glad I did. We took a road trip with the family and it was great! Haha the ride was three hours one way and I got to see so much of the Moroccan countryside. It was great starting off at the beach and slowly watching the geography change to mountains. We stopped to have a picnic and I have to say it was the best picnic I ever had (sorry mom and dad). But in all fairness I ate food that had ...
... looking back....it still looked blue!
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