Caiat Lounge Refuge

Route Chefchaouen-Oued Laou, Tetouan, 93007, Morocco | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Route Chefchaouen-Oued Laou, Tetouan.
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Travel Blogs from Tetouan

Chefchaouen - perfect in blue

A travel blog entry by crystalli on Jun 09, 2014

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... happy place for free spirits. After saying goodbye to the girls, me Saleh and Ali decided to go into the mountain and visit some locals on the third day. We walked up to the mountains for about 5 km, colorful women were farming in the middle of the mountains and singing at the same time. Kids running around playing with the plants, horses chewing grasses while swinging their tails. After some crazy walking and breaks, we got approached by ...

The Road to Morocco

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

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... the next 60 minutes, as more Moroccan-registered vehicles arrived, the waiting queue changed from an orderly queue where we were all patiently waiting, to a schemozzle! As the new cars arrived, they didn't want to get onto the end of the existing queue, so they would just drive up until they could push their way into the existing queue or they would start a new queue. At one stage, we had four queues waiting to go through one gate! And then when we started ...

Deception and Rebound

A travel blog entry by franklye710 on Oct 28, 2013

On entering Tangier, I became exposed to a new surrounding and a new culture. The people were different and their religion was what I saw as infidel. I made my way through the streets and came across a bar I could find something to drink. They spoke a language I was unfamiliar with so I pointed to the bar tender the drink I wanted and I was served. A stranger came in and offered to help me on my journey but after we left the bar, ...

The Real World: Morocco

A travel blog entry by mchilds on Jul 17, 2013

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... saw Monday morning was the blind kid standing in his doorway with his pants around his ankles and the front of his diaper hanging free. It was not a clean diaper, nor was it fully intact. Gigi was the first to act and slowly led him down the hallway while the rest of the veterans tried to convince the newcomers that "no, it's not always like this" but "yes, it's going to be a long morning." And it was, indeed, a long morning. but I thought everyone did really well.



A travel blog entry by heathm9 on Jun 07, 2013

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... morocco is pretty with rolling hills and mountains. It's surprisingly green. You don't think of that in Africa. Most women were not dressed conservatively. They people who live in the mountains and come into town three times a year to sell there products. There called Berbers. Some were dressed funny. They looked like the sand people from Star Wars. The guide took us into the market with its tight alleyways . They ...