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On May 7th, I flew from Paris to Bilbao in
Spain. After checking in at my hostel, I walked around town & it is quite a
nice place. One of the major attractions in Bilbao is the Guggenheim Museum.
It's a very modern building & the art housed there is quite modern &
abstract too. Being someone who doesn’t have a lot of appreciation for art,
except for Australian landscapes, it wasn’t really my thing, but interesting ...
... one of the twin beds and then put all our stuff on the floor in order to sleep in the bed. We upgraded to a larger small room.
Like all the hotels I have booked in Morocco, breakfast is ...
... is a
lot less common and can be tricky and very expensive.
In Chefchaouen we arrived at our very beautiful
accommodation and had dinner in the restaurant there, as we were a little late.
I had a Moroccan salad, beef kefta and chocolate cream. After dinner we were
talking to the staff- Nabil (Shalala) and Kamir, who were good fun. They were
playing music out of a little pepsi can and generally just being silly. It was
a lot of fun!
... my clothes wrapped in a dry bag as a pillow, it saves them getting damp during the night, nothing worse than putting on damp clothes)
Breakfast wasn't until 8 am today, so there really wasn't much point in getting up at this time, but nope it weren’t to be, the mosque sparked up, calling all the faithful to prayers, and it just went on and on
This is one of the reasons I really do ...
... a 'Mens' Only club only they were too polite to tell me... sigh!
Popular in Northern Morocco, this dried fava bean soup can be garnished with a few fresh favas or just paprika and cumin. Dried, split fava beans are available at Middle Eastern markets and well-stocked international and specialty markets.
2 tablespoons olive oil, 4 cups dried, split fava beans, soaked at least 4 hours and drained,4 cloves garlic, peeled, 1 tablespoon ...