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First up we drove to the ancient roman ruins of Volubilis, the largest ancient site of Morocco. It's UNESCO listed. The site dates back to 40AD and once ruled the entire province of Mauritania. It was fabulous with stunning views. So glad we're here at this time of year. Temperature just right, wild flowers out, blue skies and not too many tourists …
... very modern building & the art housed there is quite modern &
abstract too. Being someone who doesn’t have a lot of appreciation for art,
except for Australian landscapes, it wasn’t really my thing, but interesting to
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 ...
... till 11:00 we decided first to catch one or two extra hours of sleep. After this, we checked the routes for the upcoming two days together with other teams, and we did a short service check on the Subaru (with nothing special to be found). One of the other teams used the extra time to find a workshop to fix their suspension with which they were having problems, and another one even arranged for a new clutch plate to be delivered since the one on their ...
What a great breakfast we woke up to this morning, all homemade breads and Moroccan pancakes with fresh goats cheese, olive paste, fresh jams and honey. It was so good! Then we got ready for our tour around the madena (old town), we had a local guide for this and he was very good at showing us around and pointing out all the intricate details of the town that we would have had no idea about like ...
... Don't think I would want my remains to end up like that.
Then it was back in the car and on the road to Chefchaouen, pronounced chef Sha wen. We drove by green fields, oak forests, seaside dunes, olive groves, shepherds with their sheep and finally onto the twisty mountain roads to arrive just on dusk. Along the way we stopped at a busy little village for lunch literally at a ...