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... or something there too. Eventually got on the ferry and that took about an hour so it was dark when we arrived in Tangier. We had rough directions of how to get to the bus station so we started walking. Along the way about 20 different people asked if we need a cheap hotel or wanted a taxi. After walking for about 30 mins we hadn't found the landmark we were looking for and our bus was going to leave in about 20 mins. We were starting ...
... enjoyable through the Rif mountains across several passes past big dams. Through small villages I drew attention, young men waved in a friendly way - I showed off standing on the pegs and revved the bike, mojo was back almost sad at leaving. They say it takes a couple of days to get into Morocco and after two days I was getting into the swing. As I took some pictures of locals and subsistence living - looking back via my mirror I said to myself - Morocco I ...
... an old capitol of Morocco and has special significance for its religious contribution to Moroccon culture.
We strolled through some quite narrow streets and the blue painted buildings were quite spectacular. Apparently the “blueness” was brought over by the Jews when the Moors and Jews were kicked out of Spain in the 14th century and has remained a feature ever since.
... of about $70. This compares to about $15. if we would have waited for shared taxi to take us ½ way and then another shared taxi to take us the remaining way to Chefchaounen. Still a good choice for us, ...
... place we found out the arrangement was not as expected and so we
didn’t end up being bathed, so instead I explored the Medina.
I don’t think at any point did I actually know where I was,
but the locals were all talking to me, especially those that wanted to sell me
stuff. They all seemed very friendly and very welcoming. At one point I found
myself at the outer wall of the Medina at the top of the hill and had a bit of