Ibis Moussafir Fnideq
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Hola mi familia y mis amigos! This week Paddy, Adam, Kevin and I traveled to Ceuta, a Spanish colony on the coast of Morocco. We had to make the trip to renew our passport stamps, since we are only allowed in Morocco for 90 days without a working visa. We chose to go to Ceuta because it's the closest place we can cross a border, and we had heard from other researchers that it's a nice little town. It turned out to be a great trip, and I got to put my limited knowledge of Spanish to use! ...
some crystal goods in a display cupboard in front of the shop ---- seems that
the owner doesn’t care about the accidental-broken or theft of his stuffs ;
What’s more, owner also provide tasty ice tea which contained in the shining
crystal ---- they are enjoyable ~ in terms of both visual and gustatory.
All right, time for sleeping~ I need to be
energetic cause tomorrow I will go to….. you guess!
Day 213 Day totals: 14 hrs, 22.2 kms I don't expect to make any earth shattering cultural discoveries today. It's basically going to be a 22 kilometer touristy beach stretch. No problem. A good opportunity to just soak in all that I've experienced on these epic hike. It starts out with a wide, long boardwalk with multiple walking/jogging paths being put to use by the locals, many of them women. Women out on ...
3 hrs, 10 kms
Up around a bend I get a great view of Mount Mussa (Moses Mountain). This is the "other pillar" of Hercules, the twin of Gibraltar. It would be a lot of fun--and of symbolic significance--to climb it. But I'm on a deadline right now--I've got to reach M'diq tomorrow and connect my trail of footprints from Chefchaouan to Tanger. Someday I could come back and add another day hike here--along with the cozy village of Ben Younech, ...
... see 2 respectable looking fellows who I assume will help me shake this guy off. But as I approach I realize... oh sh-t... these are crazy drunk guys too!
I'm really getting a bad feeling about this hike--and I haven't even left Tanger yet. I wistfully remember my hikes through the desert where I could go for days and days without ever feeling the slightest bit threatened by anybody. On the contrary, people would go out of ...