If you are at Chefchaouen you might be going to Fez next.Crossed to tangier med this morning, it seems a lot more organised at Algeciras this year. We were the last motorhome off the ferry, mainly french, and a couple of Dutch and German, no other Brits. After getting our Moroccan paper work we noticed all the vans had gone immediately to the left and were going through the scanner, really strange, we just drove out of the normal gate and guess we were one of the first away, no idea what and why.
now parked up in the campsite at Chefchaouen in the sunshine.
Love Chefchaouen. Is Casablanca worth a stay? We went on the scooter from ocean bleu. Saw the mosque ( impressive) but had a spin round the town and seemed a bit grim.We had to visit Iveco in Casablanca last year and drive through town in rush hour to the mosque , watch out for road closures and park 4 night closures, but about 400m from the mosque we found a side street to park in. We went to ‘Harry’s bar’ for dinner, very civilised and not to expensive. Next day we went around the mosque, a great trip for the money.
Today, walked down the hill to Chefchaouen Medina, an easy walk, and a very pleasant walk around, no hassle, very clean and EASY.
I was expecting more grief and hassle, that doesn’t bother me, but a great day .
Over the next few days we are planning to travel east to Oujba, and than travel south on the N17, and see what we find ......
We found the Medina near to the mosque, a real real locals place. Didn’t investigate the rest of the city, as we don’t really do actual history or historical cultureLove Chefchaouen. Is Casablanca worth a stay? We went on the scooter from ocean bleu. Saw the mosque ( impressive) but had a spin round the town and seemed a bit grim.
Ah thank you my fairy gonad