Pension La Castellana
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I was awoken by the strange and unfamiliar sound of rain this morning. It was pattering down outside when I woke up and the sky was a scary shade of grey.
I decided that I was definitely leaving Chefchaouen this morning. I had all my things packed up and I was about to head out and get breakfast and go to the bus station when I spoke to …
Today was relaxing but rather uneventful in terms of the last few days. I lazily awoke, chatted to either the residence owner's wife or the maid (It’s awful but I can’t tell who she is!) and headed for an internet café to figure out how to get to Moulay Idriss when I leave here.
I actually think that I may be stuck here. It …
There was an older blonde lady who must have been in her sixties or so that I'd just noticed was being approached by security personnel. The woman had one very swollen leg in a large bandage and seemed to be trying to sleep against the metal chair with only her shawl thrown over her. To their credit the security guys seemed very concerned …
... the area outside the Medina appeared to be covered in rubbish,
which was quite contrasting to inside. I walked backed to the Kazbah and had a
Moroccan tea at Casa Aladdin on their roof and watched the sun dip behind a
After a day exploring it had been arranged to get henna
tattoos. The lady came to the hotel and each of us was drawn on using the
special henna stuff. The original plan had been to go outside the hotel for
... for the cook group tonight I think)
I have spent most of my day in the closed down restaurant (which is pretty grim looking, but its either this or my tent)
It has even started thundering now, no lighting though, just this low rumble every so often, I think the weather is too miserable even to let lightning brighten up the place, it’s just a low grey cloud surrounding us