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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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... outside the hotel. On my way to get the bike I had a coffee cross the road then another, (14 dirhams locals price) a long distance Moroccan cyclist sat next to me, I reflected - he was lean & burning fat ! I was burning oil and rubber and getting fat. I don't blame them for trying to extract maximum $ from visitors - it's all about survival and getting ahead, I just believe where I am right now - this is not the place I want to be, simple really. The ride ...
... 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, ...
... a visa. Shivangi with her Indian passport had already obtained a Morocco visa so that shouldn't have been confusing. A few more anxious minutes later, he seemed to give up and mumbled something in half Arabic, half French and gave us our passports back without stamping anything! We didn't understand a word. Luckily a very helpful girl in the queue saw the communication gap and translated that he wanted us to first go to office #5. By this time the people in ...
... moments and I have absolutely no regrets in taking on the challenge of walking from Chefchaoan all the way to Tanger. And with a culture and landscape quite different from the rest of the country, this was quite a unique experience.
I would definitely recommend the Chefchaouan to Ouad Lao section of this hike to anyone--and don't forget to spend an extra day or two in Akchour. Some of the other stretches might be for the more hard core ...
... 8217;t have that traditional feel, also, even in the village houses are a lot more spread apart, not clustered together fortress style. The thing that marks it as a "village" is the trademark mosque, the gathering point. It’s nice to get another feel of rural Morocco… And like Kelaa, this place feels quite poor and undeveloped. After following a shortcut down a cliff to a dry gorge running through the center, I have no trouble finding a path through the village ...