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- Swimming pool
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... Ride to Algeciras Spain, and then a 1 hour Ferry Crossing to Ceuta Spain (a little piece of Spain that is actually located in Africa). From the ferry it is a 10 minute taxi ride, or a 15 minute walk and then ...
... place we found out the arrangement was not as expected and so we
didn’t end up being bathed, so instead I explored the Medina.
I don’t think at any point did I actually know where I was,
but the locals were all talking to me, especially those that wanted to sell me
stuff. They all seemed very friendly and very welcoming. At one point I found
myself at the outer wall of the Medina at the top of the hill and had a bit of
... accommodation we continued the relaxation beside the swimming pool, while Brook went for a swim. What a lovely way to spend the afternoon. The group went out together for dinner,we started on the rooftop of the restaurant, where we had amazing views, until thunder, lightening & rain struck (rain is pretty rare here!) so we had to move downstairs. Lovely Moroccan food though so we all left very ...
... beanies. I had to stop him from showing me his entire shop! A lot of texting back and forth to ask the kids if they liked a particular colour and/or style. Mohammed needed some time to modify one of them so we told him we would be back 'to collect' after dinner.
Chris found a place that only locals dined at. They only served 1 dish - B’ssara (Moroccan fava bean soup), garnished with paprika and cumin and served with bread and chilli powder. Chris had ...
... 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.