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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 …
... of cannabis cultivation in the world, which has increased rapidly since the 1980’s. The right to cultivate cannabis was granted to few Rif tribes by Spain. When Morocco gained independence in 1956 cannabis was prohibited by the King Mohammed V only to be condoned again when the ban led to much conflict. Driving through the idyllic mountains you’d never guess looking at the acres of wheat covering the mountains, broken up by ...
... took us
5 hours. It was fairly hilly country we passed through. It reminded me a bit of
Australia, as we saw lots of gum trees & there were a lot of yellow
flowering shrubs, which looked a lot like Australian wattle. It has been a
pretty time to travel everywhere I have been so far, as we have seen a lot of
shrubs flowering, quite a few wildflowers & many canola crops in full
bloom, particularly in Turkey & France. Our guide took us for ...
... to get a bite close by. Once we got back we boarded our 3 pm bus to Chaouen. The bus left almost on time and we were on our way to our destination. Tired and finally on the last leg of the journey, we slept off while the bus made its way through the Rif ranges. At 4:30 pm we arrived at our destination – a charming little mountain village. We took a shared petit taxi to our Dar (guest house). Exhausted but happy, we had completed our long journey from Algeciras to ...
... tomorrow. spend a few weeks with nice people on beautiful beaches between the Algarve and Andalusia packed with nice memories... met the tea men in his huge bedford truck, making people smile all day long, the lonely traveler on his way to nowhereland, the italien with his pizza oven trailer and discovered one of the most beautiful underwater caves in this universe.
mind blowing time but if you need or want to do something it somehow doesn't happen. it is simply not possible to ...