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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... doing anything. Though the town is located in the major marijuana growing region, so hashish is plentiful and cheap. Apparently $12 will get you stoned for a week. It's also possible to go on a tour of a small hashish "lab." Well, so Ive heard, as it is illegal. But that doesn't stop anyone from openly smoking at the restaurant late at night. Interesting story on y bus ride out of Chefchaouen. Words means things. Especially when you don't speak the language. It was late morning and ...
... curly mountainroads. The roads and the driving behaviour of the Moroccans were surprisingly good, and they drove even more defensly through the twisty roads (where slow moving trucks and agricultural vehicles are plenty) than I would have. About 2 hours later, when I arrived in Chefchaouen I found out that Diederik had not even left Tanger, where he had to wait for the bus, and in the end arrived in Chefchaouen probably 4 hours after I did. This was ...
It amazes me how certain places in the same country can be so different. This is the case with Tangier and Chefchaouen in Morocco. As Ryan had said, our experience in Tangier was not the greatest. It left us unsure if we even wanted to spend as much time in Morocco as we had planned. But I had read so many nice things about the small mountain town of Chefchaouen that we had to give it a chance. As soon as we arrived in Chefchaouen and got off the coach, we were accosted ...
... At least Nat had made a new friend after exchanging snacks with an older lady in a purple kaftan and her 4 daughters.
Third worst bus trip ever.
(In case you were wondering: worst was the minivan trip in Guatemala when petrol and smoke started spurting into the seating area mid-journey, and second worst was when someone threw rocks through the window of a night bus in Argentina, narrowly missing Nat's ...
... people swimming in rivers, especially not entire families including older ladies in conservative attire! Others might complain that this place is too crowded, but for me it’s great to see Moroccans out enjoying nature as a family.
I follow the river to the right, looking longingly down at the water. It’s not long before I find a large, shady pool and a safe spot to leave my stuff and jump in for a refreshing swim—very soothing after ...
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