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... is really cute. I mean really really cute. It's not to be missed.
Dinner or late lunch was taken at Sofia's (in a small square near the Parador) - recommended by Candelaria from the hotel. Very good home style cooking and good value - MAD135 AUD$18 for both of us. Debbie was a bit under the weather - mild pyrexia and nausea. We explored the village for a bit after dinner and retired to the hotel. The bus trip had been exhausting.
... color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">This went on for about 90km. Our average speed was 20km per hour. You don't have to be a genius to work out that it took us over 4 hours to do this stretch. It's a good job we had tightened up the towel rail and the fire extinguisher holder after coming out of the desert; ...
... Algeciras to Ceuta (a tiny Spanish city in Africa that borders Morocco) and then literally walk into Morocco.
Have you ever felt your nerves twitch a bit just before entering an exam you weren’t fully prepared for? It felt a bit like that the previous night. Unsure about how to get from A to B, unsure about what to expect, and when we would reach our destination.
The morning of our departure. After some breakfast at the hotel (we ...
Today we are travelling to Chefchaouen, a town in the mountains. It's a four hour drive from Fes, if Solyman doesn't get stopped for speeding! :) He is actually a very good driver.Fes, is certainly no where as vibrant as Marrakech. Population 1.8 million. The Medina scared me with its winding alleyways. You can however be transformed into exotic places as you step through some of the doors off the Alley ...
... He takes us by a number of mosques, a school, some baths explaining that they are used by women during the day and men in the evening. Of course he is able to find a couple of open shops! Though I tell him I'm not a shopper and won't be buying, we do visit a shop filled with herbs used in cooking and for medicinal purposes. The young man there explains his wares in good English, we thank him and leave. We will then stop at two shops run by Berbers full of ...