TripAdvisor Reviews Gite Azilane Chefchaouen
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... t speak great English either and didn't really know where our hostel was so he took us up the hill to where he thought it might be. Couldn't see it up there so I started saying place names from the HostelWorld email. He recognised one of the squares and told us it's down the hill and dropped us off by some stairs to go down. We were quite confused and not sure if we were going to find it but we headed down the stairs and had a look. After ...
... side winds - steering damper helped, but still a struggle to stay in my lane. Short ride off motorway up mountain sped past a unmarked police car with radar. Get me out of here full of obese poms. eventually very late - found nice Hostal - 30 Euros, own bathroom TV and air-con... Food poor, cheap beer bed .... deep sleep ... body & mind tired ... Looking forward to nest stage of trip - restful and really Liz and our holiday and of course my Pyrenean ...
... see anyway. It was cold & overcast when I arrived in Bilbao around 10 in
the morning, but the sun came out & by about 4 or 5pm, it was in the mid 30s.
It was surprising how quickly it warmed up & nice to experience some hot
weather, after having cold weather in France.
The next day I
caught a train to Plentzia, a nearby seaside town. Because of repairs being
done on the railway, I had to go by train to Sopela & then by bus the ...
... a mistake, we will know in a few days.
The medina is the old part of a town or city, found in many countries of North Africa, not just Morocco. It is ...
... drinker anytime soon!
Once we had finished tasting sherry we were back on the bus
to go to Morocco! Two bus trips, a ferry trip and another bus trip and seven
hours later we had arrived in Chefchaouen. The travel all went very smoothly.
Instead of waiting for us to arrive in Morocco to clear customs, on the ferry
they do all the processing, which really streamlined the whole process. We also
had the last drinks before heading to Morocco, where ...