After leaving Chefchaouen, we bussed north to Tangier and had soup in café Hafa, which apparently is where the Beatles used to go. You sit on terraces overlooking the Gibraltar Strait, and can see the lights of Spain across the water. It was too dark for a photo, but a very cool experience. Then, the […]Read more "Last 24 Hours in Morocco"
Day two in Marrakech begins with breakfast on the roof of our riad. Afterwards, we make our way through the rush of the souk to the museum of Marrakech. There wasn’t a lot inside, but the architecture was reason enough to visit: the building used to be a royal palace. After lunch, we visited the […]Read more "Day Two in Marrakech"
Our eight day trip around Morocco starts off in Marrakech. We’re staying at Riad Hala, a tiny family run place just a few tight alleyways away from the main town square. Frankie and Paul in front of the door to our riad Morocco is culturally the farthest I’ve ever been from home. I’ve learned that […]Read more "Marrakech"