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... to watch a big soccer game that was on TV so he and his wife spent time at a cafe while Jasmine, Sarah, and I walked around and explored more. We found a stream that comes from the mountain and dipped our feet in, it was very refreshing. We then walked to the very top of the town and I got some great pictures! We got back to the cafe and the team we wanted to win lost 5-0...haha Mohamed had a good attitude about it but it was funny noticing that it is ...
Three hours, Apple maps suggested for the road from Fez to Chefchaouen, which we were inclined to believe - at the end of the day it is only 216km. Yellow road out of Fez, ...
... and Bollywood stars. Bollywood seems to really fascinate them. Shopkeepers however do start a very polite conversation with the aim to get you into their shop. We have resisted that so far. If you enter the shop, you will be compelled to have some tea and the next thing you know you will be walking out with a carpet which you never wanted. So don't enter the shop if you don't want to buy.
4. The medina - everything is blue here and the medina is a labyrinth of ...
... A lot of Spanish and French people holiday here during the winter months as it's supposedly warmer here, just not the day when we were there..... The lanes around the town were very windy and all the walls were painted white and blue. Thank goodness for our tour guide walking us around the town otherwise I'm pretty sure I would still be there now trying to find my way back to the hotel. The streets were filled with people and shops (all selling the ...
... All my family and friends who live or have lived in California, or who don't live under a rock, know that the Tiajuana/California border is, well, absolutely nuts. So when she told me this, I nearly peed my pants. I am a nervous wreck crossing into Canada, where the meanest thing they can do is say "Ah" a thousand times and not let you into the land of moose and maple syrup. How was I going to handle a border comparable to Tiajuana? Well the answer is, I didn't have ...