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The day dawned sunny and hot. After a coolish night, which meant for us a good night’s sleep, the temperature began to climb, peaking at 40 something in the early afternoon.
We are drinking gallons of water to keep hydrated but still heat exhaustion seems to get us.
We set off at 10.15am with a local guide, an elderly Moroccon Muslim who gave us the lowdown on Chefchaouen. The ...
... written all over his face we gave him a few dirham. And putting hand on his heart the little boy blew us a kiss, something we’ll always remember.
We’ve been recovering from Morocco in Portugal for the last three weeks before heading for Bilbao for the ferry home. We’re looking forward to catching up with everyone soon. Once again thank you all for reading the blog and for your comments which always make us smile. xxx
... where they
discovered the secret recipe of the Portuguese tart, made at Pasteis de Belem.
We walked along the waterfront of the Tajo River & I climbed the Belem
Tower at the end of the waterfront. We also saw the monument commemorating the
voyages of discovery of the Portuguese. Before we left Belem, our tour leader
managed to get Portuguese tarts for us from Pasteis de Belem, even though there
was a long queue waiting outside to be seated. We ...
... mountains and is often used as a base for people trekking in the Talsemtane National Park. Its main attraction however is it's small (well compared to Fez and Marrakesh anyway) Medina with its alleys of blue / white washed walls. It may not be alone in having these walls - the Kasbah in Rabat for example had similar walls but I think between the walls and the overall location it combines to a wonderful and restful ambiance.
We spent our first ...
Another late breakfast after which we strolled to the top of the fortified town wall. Candelaria (from the riad) had told us where to find the textile enclave of the medina. She had described a short djellaba produced locally that was very popular in Norway (Interestingly enough, the locals didn't care much for it!) - she had a small export business. As I was curious to see what they looked like, we went to investigate.
We ended up at ...