TripAdvisor Reviews Gite Azilane Chefchaouen
Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... get much of a chance to see anything of Tangiers, although it looked busy and chaotic.
It was Ramadan and as we travelled along we noticed large groups of men just lounging around, waiting for the all clear so they could stop fasting. Hardly a woman in sight, just men neither drinking (alcohol is forbidden of course) or smoking (forbidden as well). Makes a change from Europe where just about every man and his dog smokes.
So we ...
... only takes us to clean, fresh places to eat. We are really pleased that we are experiencing the real Morocco and I think Samir is the same; this is only the second time he has taken a tour group there. Tomorrow Zalie and I are starting the day at 7:30 for a hike up the mountain and in the afternoon we are visiting a women's co-op to see where the Berber rugs are made. Plus time for shopping in between...and they ship to ...
... Meet another couple at this point (He from Mexico City, and she from Buenos Aries) who were travelling to a town 200 kilometers passed where we were heading. We ended up sharing a taxi with this couple at ...
... we had been henna-ed we ate in, and were privy to a group of
tourists from Taiwan having some rather rowdy birthday celebrations for one of
the passengers. There staff at the hotel were very much encouraging the
situation dancing with the people and chanting Shisha! Shisha! For dinner I had
chicken kebabs and goats yoghurt for dessert.
After dinner I peeled off the dried black henna to give the
drawing that would remain on my feet, before bed!
... of chlorine (silver ions used).
On a street corner very close to our riad, there hung a multitude of colourful, quirky beanies. They were irresistable. I had to look twice to find the person responsible for these crazy creations. In the tiniest, dark and dingy nook in the wall (I had to blink my eyes to adjust to the darkness), Mohammed (yes, that was his name), the 'hat man' appeared (see pics). Needless to say, his little nook was filled 'floor to ...