Hotel Dar Mounir
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- Continental Breakfast
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... written all over his face we gave him a few dirham. And putting hand on his heart the little boy blew us a kiss, something we’ll always remember.
We’ve been recovering from Morocco in Portugal for the last three weeks before heading for Bilbao for the ferry home. We’re looking forward to catching up with everyone soon. Once again thank you all for reading the blog and for your comments which always make us smile. xxx
... had a man singing
with them for some of the performance. It was held in an old church (15th
century I think) & the acoustics seemed to be very good, as there was no
amplification & the sound was very clear.
We caught a
train in Coimbra to the main station, where we caught a train to Lisbon. The
train trip took about 3 hours. We checked in at our hotel in Lisbon & then
had lunch at a nearby restaurant. Then our tour ...
... Garmin going, independently of each other and yet we were able for to connect with each other.
The village was closed to outside people and other religions until recent times.
As you walk around you can not help observe things probably have not changed much. Perhaps TV and electricity. By the size of the cloths washing bay by the ...
... but the people we encountered, kids, mothers, vendors, etc. everyone was so kind and welcoming.
After our tour we were given a few hours for lunch on the rooftop of a really cool café and free time to explore the city and barter with the locals for souvenirs. I bought two things while in Morocco. A small Muslim trinket called the "Hand of Fatima", which in Judaism I know it to be called a Hamsa. It is a hand that looks like it has two thumbs on either side and an eye in ...
... outside the train station. Meanwhile I gave up all hope for a hot shower, a good meal, and any sort of sleep that night. Eventually though we had to just take it like the strong independent females we are and buy those late night tickets. We played cards in the station to pass the hours until our train arrived to take us home to bed. It was a crazy day, full of woe, but I suppose that's the only way travelers get their stories! And truly Chefchaouen was worth ...