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Breakfast in the hotel including a basket of bread, from
English muffins to flat bread, served with two different jams, honey, goats
cheese and olive tapenade with coffee, juice and Moroccan tea (green tea, mint
After breakfast we started on a walk with the local guide.
We walked up the side of one of the mountains surrounding Chefchaouen at the
back of our hotel to a Mosque high above the town. This walk took us through a
Left fes at 10:30am on the bus with ac or at least air to the four hour journey to chefchauen. Stopped off at this little side of the road place where u order the meat and then get it cooked up in front of u. It was soooo good! Stayed at casa armina on the roof top terrace under the stars. Walked up to the Spanish church with Korea and Cedric from London and watched the sunset. Felt lucky to be there in that ...
... to a big one predominantly in yellow with wrought iron balustrading (the artist is posing in front of it), but unfortunately, it was too big to fit into our suitcase!
Not far from the kasbah, there was a pizzeria (voted #1 in trip advisor) - the Mandala Pizzeria. As we were both 'tagined' out, we headed there for lunch. I ordered a spaghetti napolitana and Chris, pasta fruits de mer. We shared a tuna salad, (MAD155 A$21) in total. Chris' was one of the ...
... is one of the reasons why Chefchaouen became a backpacker haven! This is obviously not why we are here! We wanted to see it because it is blue and we have not seen a blue city since we were in Jodhpur in India. They painted their city blue because blue is supposed to repel mosquitoes. But Chefchaouen is blue for a completely different reason.
... They looked up their computers and wrote '512' on my arrival form. No idea what that meant but we were then told to go back to the same queue to get our passports finally stamped. This time the queue wasn't too bad so it took about 20 minutes for our turn. Again, our passport took a while to process but the code seemed to do the trick. Two stamps and we were free to enter Morocco. What a relief! We then dragged our backpacks through the exit where a ...
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