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... us with beer
& wine on the rooftop terrace, from where there was a fantastic view of the
town. We went to a seafood restaurant on the waterfront & had a delicious
morning was a Saturday & we saw the local market on the waterfront. Later
in the morning we caught a boat to the island of Culatra. We walked across the
island to a nice long sandy beach, where we had a swim & relaxed under
umbrellas on ...
... perfect rugs for home. Then the haggling began! As Zalie said, the best entertainment she has had in ages. After exercising the credit card, I needed a drink so we headed to one of the few hotels in Chefchaouen for a G&T, then back to our lunch destination to sample other items on the menu ($20 this time) and home to bed. Tomorrow its off to Fez and the home of the famous medina - need to increase the credit card ...
Well 371 km later and we are done riding for the day. Everything went well, great weather, two hours at border crossing, and getting lost on the way to the hotel. Other than that it was a great ride! Only a few picks tonight due to no wifi in our hotel. But I will update more when we land ...
... and canons still present. Our camel rides were highly anticipated by the group, but having been on two camel rides previously (once in Israel and the other at the Broome County Fair doing a reporter standup at my internship this summer in Binghamton) I actually was pretty upset at the way the owners were treating these camels. They were screaming commands at them and using large sticks which I thought was pretty cruel, and not like the previous camel rides I have been on. On a ...
... rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">This morning, we were back down the hill...it's hard to stay away from such a pretty place. This time it was market day. Women lined the streets, each with their homegrown fruit and veg piled up in front of them, beans, carrots, artichokes, figs, oranges, bananas, etc... As we walked, we got lost in the maze of streets and I had no idea when I took a photo whether we had actually been there before ...