Hotel Bab el Ain
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... and you couldn't even move a bicycle through there, let alone a car.
Chefchaounen is often called the "blue city" I read that this town was painted blue by the Jewish Refugees who ...
... barrels, leaving the top 10% air so that the sherry can form a protective crust of yeast which lasts for 5 years, which stops the sherry from being in contact with the air and keeps its sharp golden colour and also enhancing the flavour. Then for the best part… the tasting! We got two tastings as part of our tour, one sweet and one dry white sherry, but I took upon myself to order a third and glad I did as it was the best yet it ...
... we pretty much spent it on resting and chilling. Five of us met the last member of the new family on the street, and we decided to climbed up to the Spanish mosque to enjoy the sunset, the barefoot, the hugs, the laughs and the moment together. The scenery was breath taking, every step along the hike made me stop and wonder, the beauty of Chefchaouen was incomprehensible. More wonderfully, these 5 people created my memory in morocco. Chefchaouen ...
... of beautiful cloth at my feet, I finally convinced him I wasn't looking to buy. Although the camel and cactus-fiber rugs were cool, I have no need for a giant carpet at this point in my life. I did however buy a ring made by Abdul himself and he cheered up considerably, agreeing to take a photo with Kendall & I and affectionately calling us his two wives. Hmm—maybe not today, Abdul, but thanks for the ring and the great Moroccan experience! I also ...
... were gigantic, the table, everything on the table, even the candle.....massive. It was like being in a giant's world, either everything was cheap from a junk shop or they needed to sack their interior designer! I ordered a tropical salad and Mark ordered a pizza....both were off the menu! We asked them to bring us food...anything! I got spaghetti bolognese and Mark got a chicken tagine with stewed apricots.....both were good! We hit the streets to walk off the ...
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