Pension La Castellana
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... with my next tour group. There are 7 people on this tour, plus the
Portuguese tour guide. We all went out for a meal at a local restaurant, after
we had done a few formalities.
morning we caught the underground back to the same station where I arrived the
day before & we caught a train to Salamanca, which took about 3 hours. We
checked in at our hotel & then our guide took us for a walk around the
town. We had lunch at ...
... our private mini van to make our way to the blue city of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we stopped at the famous Roman ruins in Voulibis and were given a very knowledgeable and humorous tour by Abdul. We have all now learnt that the Romans all sat together on the toilet and talked politics then took turns to visit the "vomitarium" where they threw up so that they could continue with their eating and drinking! If they weren't eating ...
... but my brain was telling me to 'just smile and walk away'. We headed to the counter selling tickets to Chaouen and purchased two tickets for 18 dirhams each. Throughout these few minutes this agent stuck to us trying to engage with us. My senses were heightened - my wallet, my camera, my backpack, money for the ticket, all seems okay. A slight distraction could mean a missing wallet or much worse. We then left our backpacks at the ‘left luggage’ ...
... a amazing spring on top of a lush hill (kind of strange, isn't it) before i found myself suddenly in Ceuta and a night later in Morocco.
felt in love with Morocco straight away. heading now into the RIF Mountains.......
enjoy the pictures I picked for you this time. you may not use the slideshow function as it will not show you the full comments on each picture. figured that out lately.
enjoy now - tomorrow do not exist
... And then… all that changes. As the road winds up away from the river valley, I see a path that follows right along the side of the gorge, cutting into the steep slope… And I suddenly realize I’ve got a fateful decision to make: do I continue my predictable trudging along the side of the highway, or take an solitary, adventurous hike along the trail—with no guarantee that it’ll get me where I want to go?
There are a couple highway workers nearby, ...