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... tower. I was the only one up there & I
stayed up there for at least half an hour. There was a fantastic view of the
town & the surrounding countryside. It was really nice to sit & take it
we were picked up by private bus & taken to Coimbra in Portugal. Salamanca
is the oldest university town in Spain & Coimbra is the oldest university
town in Portugal. The time in Portugal is 1 hour behind Spain. ...
... the stairs and steep hills were just too much. Also, this is the first Arab country we have ever visited, and we are still trying to get use to the cultural differences. We must be getting a little old.
... in the summer when it can get up around 46°C. On our tour we also saw a little bit of how people work here. We saw bread being made, people working on looms & people stitching the seams onto the traditional clothing. It was great to see how thing are still made the traditional away here, it's such a contrast from a lot if what we saw in Europe. The group stopped after the tour for ...
... sweet red sherry cream, Katie and I thought was so delicious that we went straight to buy 2 bottles. After a taxi, two buses, a ferry, a private van and 7 hours later we were in Africa! More specifically Chefchaouen, Morocco. As we were driving through the streets of the city, we were unsure about what we would find as some of the areas looked pretty poor. But when we stepped through the gates to our accommodation we were all blown away ...
... We were no different, although I tell myself I'm a superior breed because I actually live in Morocco. Unfortunately none of the meals I ate were great, and I was missing Mama Aicha's cooking back in Rabat. However that was the only strike against this otherwise incredible place, which quickly became my favorite city in Morocco. While walking around I was attracted by a sign above a shop that read 'Berber crafts; learn about Berber methods; no ...