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... my clothes wrapped in a dry bag as a pillow, it saves them getting damp during the night, nothing worse than putting on damp clothes)
Breakfast wasn't until 8 am today, so there really wasn't much point in getting up at this time, but nope it weren’t to be, the mosque sparked up, calling all the faithful to prayers, and it just went on and on
This is one of the reasons I really do ...
... steep slopes of Jebel Dersa, is a gem, practically untouched by the outside influences. As such, it has been included in the World Heritage List of the UNESCO.
From 1913 to 1956, Tetouan was the capital of the Spanish protectorate of Morocco. Most of the central part of the town was built in this period. Called Ensanche (extension), with grand white buildings and wide boulevards, this part of Tetouan, not surprisingly, looks much more like a Spanish rather than a Moroccan town. ...
... We then had a long 5 hour drive to
Chefchaouen. The scenery was beautiful, not really what I had expected from Morocco.
As we climbed into the mountains we passed canyon’s, rivers, donkey’s and kids waving at the big yellow truck.
What I didn’t realise was that Morocco is home to wizard’s and that we had obviously stumbled into a wizard convention. ...
We managed to find a park on the street out the front and went inside to ask about the hotel’s parking, which they advertise as having. “Je regrette,…..”, in other words, they don’t have it any more. But we were directed up the road (by up, we mean uphill!) to a guarded parking area.
So up the hill we drove until we found the parking area and drove in. Now a man came up to us and starting talking about parking ...
... saw Monday morning was the blind kid standing in his doorway with his pants around his ankles and the front of his diaper hanging free. It was not a clean diaper, nor was it fully intact. Gigi was the first to act and slowly led him down the hallway while the rest of the veterans tried to convince the newcomers that "no, it's not always like this" but "yes, it's going to be a long morning." And it was, indeed, a long morning. but I thought everyone did really well.