Hotel Atlas Chefchaouen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... arms out to catch me and the old lady behind me was all mad at me pushing my seat forward. The man is like telling her off in Arabic saying I couldn't help it. One minute I'm fully knocked out from heat stroke and the next I'm on the floor of the bus. Oh like I can help it u stupid lady. So now I'm sitting on a chair that's sitting directly on the floor with a mans butt at my arm and a women's butt at my knee- if hate to be ...
... animals and the labor that they provide to sustain their families. Therefore, the mission is to provide free veterinary care, while providing guidance on nutrition and handling, all while trying to improve the lives of the animals, particularly the working animals. The Fondouk also strives to positively impact the economic stability and lives of the families who depend on these animals."
It was sad to say our goodbyes to Fred ...
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We have been on some disastrous roads before, but this one took ...
... May it be tagine, some skewers, coconut or honey sweets at a small shop in the medina or mint tea in a cafe, food has been amazing and we're hoping rest of morocco also delivers in this department.
3. The locals - clearly morocco doesn't get many Indian visitors because people here were fascinated that an Indian couple had come to visit their country. While walking by they would say 'are you Indian'? and then say 'welcome to our country' and then start talking ...