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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... our hostel was as frustrating as we were expecting but eventually we found the cosy little riad and got ourselves settled in our blue abode. We spent the evening meandering through the medina and eating dinner on the square opposite the kasbah. The following day we took a walk up a hill to a Spanish mosque which had beautiful views of the blue city sat at the foot of the towering mountain. We sat for a ...
... to be a horrible morning on the 15 November putting away another wet tent, unless it stops and we get a dry windy night)
I don’t know where we are off to next, but I hope it’s not up in the mountains like this is (apparently we are up in the Rif mountains, I found this out from the locals at this campsite, even though my French is pretty rubbish, it’s quite ...
... is a town in the Rif mountains north of Fes. Much of the town is painted in blue hues and whitewash. Apparently, the colour of your house denoted wealth as the blue pigment is expensive.... so the deeper the blue, the wealthier the owner. As we were now in the mountains, the air seemed fresher and certainly the water cleaner.
It was a sprint to the hotel door as the porter walked really fast with the 2 heavy bags uphill. ...
... that it was almost impossible to drive through them.....how I wished we were on bikes!
... to where we wanted to go.
As our travels in Spain came to a close we revisited the various blogs and travel sites to get hints and tips on entering Morocco by ferry. Our original plan was to take a train from Granada to Algeciras, spend the night in Algeciras (not much to see there) and then take the ferry the next morning to Tangier Med, the new port, in Morocco. A shuttle bus from Tangier Med port would take us to Tangier (the old city) and ...