Chefchaouen, The Blue City

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  1. Thanks for keeping us in the loop will send your birthday present to your home so it will be there when you get back for your birthday on the 3rd!!!! Lots of love Bobby and Deedeexxxx


    1. Aw thank you! We’ll be camping in the Pyrenees for Shannon’s birthday, but it will be so nice to know there’s something waiting to be opened when we get back! Xxxxx


    1. Dippy (soft boiled) eggs with the tops cut off, with toast cut into slithers to dip in it! From an English rhyme about Humpty Dumpty (the egg) and ‘all the king’s horses and all the king’s men’… I think it’s actually a metaphor for a gun used in the war… But yes, Chefchaouen was amazing!

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    1. We got a train from Marrakech to Fes then a taxi from there and the journey was fine and definitely worth it. We wouldn’t stay overnight in Fes again though; I’d recommend getting an early train there so you could get to Chefchaouen the same day. It was our favourite place from the whole trip so really worth the extra travelling!


    1. Thank you! Chefchaouen was the best place we visited in Morocco by far; plus it’s so easy to get to from the South of Spain so it could be incorporated into a trip to Granada as well! Definitely recommend.

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