Dar Mouchka

Address: Fedan Chappo , Tangier, Morocco | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Fedan Chappo , Tangier, is near Medina of Tangier, Tangier Casbah, American Legation, and St Andrew.
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Travel Blogs from Tangier

Spies and smugglers

A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 30, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... 10 km away) and Spain on the horizon. Saw camels, donkeys and some beautiful villas. Went to the most NW point of Africa but very hazy so really only saw the sea. Then we came back down and went to the old town; The souk is the historical main square of the old city: Medina which has lots of traditional shops. The Kasbah is the site of the old palace (now a museum). Did a walking tour of the medina and stopped at a few shops but didn't buy anything (O yes forgot ...

Tangier

A travel blog entry by crystalli on Jun 05, 2014

7 photos

... is owned by a gentleman from Spain called Alex. It is conveniently located in the middle of medina. It looks very sketchy from the outside, I guess it was because the whole medina at night has a dungeon feeling. But the moment you stepped inside was a complete sensational experience! It is a traditional riad setup with 3 floors and patterned textiles all over the walls. It also has a breath taking terrace with lots of pillows where ...

Africa!

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on May 10, 2014

82 photos

... Nice try, buddy, but I’m still not forking over 20 euros for your piece of cloth.

After the tour of the shops, we had some free time and explored the rest of the market by ourselves. I found a dress that I really wanted to buy, but I decided against it in the end and left with a picture—maybe I can find something similar elsewhere.

Achmed then led us out of the Old City and we saw the city walls before climbing back into the bus and ...

Tangier

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

... overlook square in the new city that had a small cannon monument for some historical thing and every single person sitting on the walls was a man. Absolutely no women. Women go to and from places but they don't hang out outside the home? It made me feel like I couldn't just stand around and relax in the shade on the side of a building for a few minutes.

There are women in small groups - two or three or four, and then there are men walking around, ...

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A travel blog entry by sparklez on Mar 23, 2014

1 photo

There was a change in perspective and we end up in the perspective of an Englishman. this man wanted to find the "language of the universe". He worked in a corral type place. Santiago was also in the corral. He was reading a book that was hard for him to get pas the first part. Santiago and the Englishman both went on the caravan and shared stories and books. Santiago learned only a little from ...