|Our taste of Morocco convinced us we want MORE!|
|Getting this little tub blocked up and tucked away in Med-Gate's |
shed put our lift out back a day but such is life.
|Alcheringa looked tiny in the slings after the big motor vessel of the day before|
|Omar's luxurious Mercedes chariot got us up into the mountains without fuss. Note the quality, after-market interior door handles.|
|This Moroccan palm tree is actually a mobile telephone service tower.|
We wish Australian Telcos were as sensistive with the visual polution they erect.
|Old Mercedes taxis as far as the eye could see - this is Morocco|
|Our room at Riad Baraka in Chefchaouen. It was the best hostel we've stayed in.|
|We loved the roof terrace, and its well stocked fridge, at Riad Baraka in Chefchaouen|
|The blue lanes and alleyways of Chefchaouen are amazing to wander around|
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|Karen was intrigued to actually find a public phone. No such thing in Aus anymore|
|Marc about to be offered 'very special morning price just for you' in Chefchaouen|
|This shop is now missing a very nice tagine bowl that found its way onto Alcheringa|
|The Kasbah at Chefchaouen is impressive day and night|
|Meatballs and egg tagine - mmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|The Darcomm had amazing food and great atmosphere but we still struggled|
accompanying our meal with a fine vintage of water.
|Outside the walls and time to head UP!|
|This young local was offering Marc a unique tour we just had to politely refuse|
|Marc working up an appetite on our mountain hike|
|Walking across the Ceuta - Morocco border is like a scene from Children of Men|
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