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TravelPod Member ReviewsDar Echchaouen Chefchaouen
Dar Echchaouen is truly a gem in Chefchaouen. It is located in an excellent spot, outside the medina and a short walk away from the Spanish Mosque. The conceriege however was cold, rude and unwelcoming. I would recommend the riad, just be warned!
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Today was a full on day. First we woke late at our hotel in Jerez. It's not often you get a chance for a lie in with Intrepid, so we try to make the most of it. At 11.00am we set off to a local winery where they make sherry, something for which this area is famous for. This vineyard is a small family owned one, producing just on 20 000 bottles a …
... our private mini van to make our way to the blue city of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we stopped at the famous Roman ruins in Voulibis and were given a very knowledgeable and humorous tour by Abdul. We have all now learnt that the Romans all sat together on the toilet and talked politics then took turns to visit the "vomitarium" where they threw up so that they could continue with their eating and drinking! If they weren't eating ...
... stay at a hotel this time as Algaciras didn't seem to have a good selection of Airbnb options), we took a taxi to the port and bought our ferry ticket. We caught the 10:30 am ferry which dropped us at Ceuta at 11:30 am. From there we had to make our way out of the port and into the main city area where we caught bus number 7 that took us right to the ‘Frontera’ or border with Morocco. This was the first time we were to cross any sort of ...
... and. Night's accommodation all at inflated prices ( in my opinion). This was especially in sharp contrast to our previous night in a much more pleasant environment. Oh and just to cap off my miserable attitude the hotel had no power when we got back. Now I am sitting in my room writing this an listening to the sounds of the night. Dogs barking, people talking excitedly kids yelling. Well, at least I can't hear that rooster ...
... It’s perfect.
A classy finish to this segment of my journey.
And that’s the end of my Tanger Superhike and my exploration of The Rif Region of Morocco, Africa.
Conclusions on the Tanger Region
Although there were a couple of times during this very long Superhike that I asked myself "why am I walking along a busy highway in the scorching summer heat?" this region had more than its share ...