TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Yasmina Chefchaouen
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... took us
5 hours. It was fairly hilly country we passed through. It reminded me a bit of
Australia, as we saw lots of gum trees & there were a lot of yellow
flowering shrubs, which looked a lot like Australian wattle. It has been a
pretty time to travel everywhere I have been so far, as we have seen a lot of
shrubs flowering, quite a few wildflowers & many canola crops in full
bloom, particularly in Turkey & France. Our guide took us for ...
We could not help but notice how men and women have completely different roles. Many groups of men gather in restaurants etc., but without women. No women servers in the restaurants ...
... of the doors indicating if a family was a"holy family" meaning direct descendent of the profit Mohammed which was the same if they had a symbol of a hand on there door. Really interesting way to see around the blue painted streets and houses of the old town. The houses are actually painted blue four times a year and done so because it keeps the houses cool on inside as it repels the heat of the ...
... beautiful little oasis we had stepped into. The staff here are so friendly, carrying our bags for us up the stairs to our rooms, and our room has an amazing view over the city. There is a swimming pool outside with a huge tent nearby full of cushions to relax in, & everywhere seems to smell of jasmine! We had dinner at the restaurant here which was all traditional Moroccan food, it was delicious! We are looking forward to exploring ...
... Some of my more savvy readers may know where this is going…it was a carpet shop. The man who ran it, Abdul, was very earnest and welcoming, showing me his souvenir kangaroo from a recent trip to Australia and assuring me he loves travelers. He also had a book full of thank-yous from customers praising his carpets and his hospitality many times over. After getting a brief display of his various carpets, gaining momentum as he rolled out more and ...