Hotel Dar Terrae

M'daka, Chefchaouen, Morocco | Hotel
Prices starting from $46.00
 

Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen

Beanies!!

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... marinara' I've had for a while.

Returned to the riad after lunch for a swim in the hotel pool. It's a smallish indoor pool (about 3X6m) heated to 28 degrees in the centre of the riad - what would otherwise have been a courtyard, I'm guessing?? I suspect that because of its size, they have made it for the exclusive use of hotel guests who can reserve it for hour long slots. It was a very relaxing experience as surprisingly, there wasn't an ...

No Chef in Chefchaouen!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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When the Spanish ...

Algeciras to Chefchaouen.. what a journey!!!

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

... price for the two of us - 3 euros per head to go to Tetouan. We had heard 2 euros per person is the going rate but we didn't know where in Tetouan those 2 euros would take us. The driver told us that he will drop us at the taxi stand if we pay 2 euros. For 3 euros he will drop us at the bus station which is where we wanted to go eventually. Rather be safe than sorry, we paid the extra 1 euro per head. Little did we know the taxi and the bus station were right ...

Day 6 - Chefchaouen to Fes

A travel blog entry by cmorony

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... came my reply. They drove on. Phone ran gang it was Mike telling me they were waiting for me further back because of the wrong turn. Immediately after putting the phone away, the Merc was back. It was clear that they had just gone around the bend, pulled a 'U' turn and came back. Hmm suspicious or just melodramatic? Making of destination, Mike was leading and was approached by a tout on a motorcycle. NO! Mike had fallen ...

A quiet little mountain town

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels

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Morocco Travel Tip #2: When the locals tell you "Fermer" ("closed" in French) they mean dead end, not closed as in you can't go down there. Don't ignore them thinking they're just trying to keep tourists from that street. Morocco Travel Tip #3: Even if you speak Arabic, if you're a foreigner locals will reply in French. My friend Ashley was living in Morocco and spoke Arabic. She would talk to a local in Arabic, they would understand her, and answer in French, which she didn't ...

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