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Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... Suddenly came across the waterfall and it was really epic. Not a whole lot of flow off it but it was really high and had some awesome steep cliffs off to the side. You could walk around the side of the rocks and in behind the waterfall which was really cool. Johannes went for a swim but no one else did. The water was really cold and there was no sun on the water. The waterfall walk was obviously really bush during ...
... export industries. It was clearly the major crop of this village. We saw marijuana growing in fields between the houses of the village and stalks were drying in the sun on the houses' flat roofs. I missed the best photo of the trip so far when we drove past two old ladies wearing colourful outfits carrying on their backs bundles of marijuana stalks that must have been at least a meter in diameter. Richard hired a local to drive us ...
The day dawned sunny and hot. After a coolish night, which meant for us a good night’s sleep, the temperature began to climb, peaking at 40 something in the early afternoon.
We are drinking gallons of water to keep hydrated but still heat exhaustion seems to get us.
We set off at 10.15am with a local guide, an elderly Moroccon Muslim who gave us the lowdown on Chefchaouen. The ...
... minute local bus ride to the Morocco Border. We chose to walk and find the local bus stop for the added experience.
Met one guy who helped us find the right bus and bus stop, and then met a lady on ...
Today woke up at 7am to hike the waterfalls achaure in the RIF mountains. Long hot and hilariously for lost being led down the wrong path. Literally following and walking up the waterfall! Dumb Hitch hiked back with a bunch of hot Germans! Ate some yum food, got some fruit salad and now chilling for our last night on the roof ...