Apartments Dar el Moualim
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... Richard beeped the hooter and kept his hand pressed down, as we drove passed, the dealer jumping out of our path at the last minute. It was only when thankfully we came to the edge of the town that they gave up. ‘Ye did nae go through the ruf mountains, och ye’s two need yis head tested’ a Scots, hairy biker shook his head in disbelief at our story.
We enjoyed Morrocco, it’s a fascinating, vibrant, ...
caught a bus to an ancient Roman site called Conimbriga. Most of it seemed to
be built around the 1st century AD. There were beautiful mosaics on
the floors in some of the remains of houses. The best of them were under a big
expanse of roof, which helps preserve the colours. There is also a museum at
Conimbriga, in which they had displays of earthenware pots & tools from the
Roman times. I walked through a park along the river for a ...
... each bar. And they did not look friendly. A little scary. Probably a good week to reduce my beer intake.
If I wanted something special to smoke, it would be real simple. That was offered to me a couple of times. ...
... was an early wake-up and a buffet breakfast as we then headed off to my favorite city on the trip, Chefchaouen. This city is very famous for their shades of blue on pretty much every building. We were told they paint the houses about 4 times every year to make sure it always stays blue in color, and use a specific kind of powdery paint to do so. We also got to try some freshly made الخبز (pronounced "Hoomtz") and see how they made the bread each day. ...
... hour and a half crammed in the taxi we were at the Tetouan station. Then we learned our train was completely full and the next one didn't run until 10pm (meaning a Rabat return time of 3am). Since I have to get up for work at 7:30am, that wasn't an option. Through a series of events that involved multiple taxi rides through the city, we finally found the best choice was to go even farther north to Tangier, the tip of Morocco which almost touches Spain, because ...