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... the stairs and steep hills were just too much. Also, this is the first Arab country we have ever visited, and we are still trying to get use to the cultural differences. We must be getting a little old.
Capítulo 14: Porque esto es África
Three years ago I went on a trip to Spain with my high school. There was an optional excursion with this trip to take a ferry and spend the day in Morocco. Unfortunately, due to tensions at the time in the nearby country of Libya, our group decided not to travel there. Ever since I have been wondering what I missed out on and this weekend I finally got the chance to see some of the incredible cities of Morocco.
After getting ...
... from Qalha village who were very generous and showed us around. THE HIGHLIGHT OF MOROCCO! Al-hamdulliah. No more details here, if u wanna know, please pay me a coffee visit ;) I will be more than happy to give u the details, and share the joy and pictures. May my visit in Chefchaouen ends at the highlight, I'm going back to Fez tonight and will be joining the world sacred festival. Al-hamdulliah. I'm so blessed to meet you all. To all of us, ...
... the cheap shared grand taxis. Sunday morning we started out by resting our aching legs (the Chefchaouen roads are brutally steep) by the Ras al-Maa cascades, a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to wet their feet in the water and just relax. Not wanting to deal with the multiple taxi trek, which was a bit haphazard, I suggested we go farther north to the larger city of Tetouan and just take the train back down to Rabat. All very well and good, and ...
... webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">It is only when you are actually in the town walking through the streets, that it really hits you how blue this town is. Different shades of blue, but blue nonetheless. Blue paths, blue buildings, blue flowerpots....a sea of blue....very pretty. We got back up the hill before it got too dark? So that was yesterday....a challenging day!