Gite Azilane

Douar Azilane, Chefchaouen, Morocco | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Douar Azilane, Chefchaouen.
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    Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

    Like pigs in mud ...

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... sandpaper). Ouch, that was a long, painful process! I felt my skin red raw and tingling from the process. Whoever believed in exfoliating anyway? Another rinse-off and then came the mud (this is when Chris remarked that he felt like a pig wallowing in mud!) ..... followed by a final shampoo (to remove any remaining black soap and mud) and rinse.

    Although it was not altogether an unpleasant experience, neither of us was sure if we ...

    No Chef in Chefchaouen!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... of pebble had been dumped on the road and it was like driving through deep sand! A van gave way to us on a particularly narrow piece of road and in doing so, lost his momentum and got stuck in the deep bed of pebbles. It would have been cruel to have left him there so we pulled over to give him a push but it just spun itself in deeper. Then a truck came with three guys in the front and I waved them to give us a hand. Six guys appeared....obviously three had been ...

    Algeciras to Chefchaouen.. what a journey!!!

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Mar 15, 2014

    ... I would have ever engaged with un-official looking money changers walking around at the border! We then walked past the heavy police present on the Spanish side and walked into Morocco. Not surprisingly, there weren’t as many police there. We followed the crowd (as there weren't any notices or signs about what to do) and stood in a queue for our passport to be stamped. ‘Immigration’ was literally a hole in the wall with a few iron bars and ...

    On the road again....

    A travel blog entry by lizziejbruce on Jan 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... they do not break down. Rubbish bins have been placed in the Medina but they have no understanding of the importance of using them. Most of the houses have no running water, so water is sourced from fountains placed around the Medina.As we passed by several cafés Mohammed points out the lack of female presence in them but plenty of men all sitting around outside drinking mint tea. Explanation ......the men ...

    Tangier - a whole new world!

    A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Oct 16, 2013

    27 photos

    ... the outing without once looking like he was going to be sick.
    We go freshen up in our room then head up to the terrace where we will relax and have a cool beer before it is time for dinner. Being a very small hotel we have preordered dinner. On the menu tonight is a tagine of lamb and prunes. Not being a big fan of lamb, they have offered to make me chicken bastilla. We have a lovely meal out on the terrace with a bottle of local wine. The meal begins with ...