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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 …
... up, I also thought I was going to fall off, as they first raise up on their back legs, then slowly onto their front. When the camels were walking peacefully along the waves I really enjoyed the ride though and I'm glad I did it. After our camel ride we rode our bus for two hours to a town called Chefchauen. This town is famous because all of the streets and buildings are painted blue and white, to help in the brutally hot summers. We ate lunch at a hotel with a mountain view, ...
... 8216;no problem, I’ll cut down the tree’ he said and ignoring him Richard reversed into a non shaded spot behind. ‘Please stay I’ll show you the toilets and shower’ he said, enter his cute little daughter with a bouquet of handpicked flowers. Disgusting doesn’t really describe the facilities the shower was nothing more than a rubber hose attached to the wall. ‘If you want hot water ...
... br> tour of Coimbra, which is a very hilly city. We all climbed a tower at the top
of a hill in the university grounds, for a great view over the city. We stopped
off at an outdoor café on the way home for some well-earned beer. We had a meal
at a restaurant near our hotel, which was actually closing as we arrived, but
they re-opened for us & were very friendly hosts. A few of us went to a
pool hall after that for a few games of pool.
... good job we had laid the parcel shelf on the floor of the van; its a good job we hadn't had cream buns for breakfast! Our stomachs were so churned by the bumping around that we had to stop the van every now and then just to have a rest.