Riad Dar Tafilalet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of dark and dingy corners and the medina confused the **** out of me. The only part of Tangier I enjoyed was that I could see Europe from Africa. When I arrived in Chefchaoeun I was mind blown. Literally. Everyone was wearing Moroccan snuggles (a traditional long striped gown) that looked so cosy I was very jealous! The people were friendly, they didn't hassle you (except for you to come to their hashish farm) and they legitimately wanted to help you. All of the streets were painted ...
... of the hill. We started to think about our driver who thought that we were just hopping out of the car to see the mausoleum quickly and would now be wondering where we were. And we continued to climb. We had taken enough turns that I wasn't sure I would be able to find my way back if we needed to except to just know to go downhill. We stopped to see the rounded roof of one of the towns mosques, one of the only round minarets on a mosque in the world. It was allowed to be round ...
... to find our way out. I felt like I was in a movie, it was terrific! I don't know how to describe it really,except it was a maze of twisting alleyways lined with workshops, shops and people...they had everything there...but I didn't buy anything!!! I know that will suprise you all!
Anyway, we are about to set off now to see some caves where families live, so must finish. More on the magic of Morocco when time permits
... finally rubbing off on me), he left me and disappeared into his friends. Must have been for a fag or to exchange some desert weather news perhaps. My camel then started walking off briskly and since the other two camels were tied to it, I felt completely alone in the Sahara - and I did not like it. When Mustafa came back, the first thing I asked was why on earth was the camel in such a hurry? Leaving his master behind, the camel took me hostage for a full 10 minutes, but ...
... at ground floor and then climb about six sets of stairs to eat on the roof of the cafe, overlooking the medina. The view was amazing! I had my first coke in Morocco, which was delicious (made with real sugar, yum!) and I ate gazpacho that was so good! Adam was the most adventurous of the bunch and ordered a camel burger, which he said was very good. And of course, I couldn't leave the city of Fez without buying an authentic fez hat. One of my favorite souvenirs so ...