Chefchaouen 

 

It was 22° when we arrived at the campsite high above Chefchaouen and we were soon relaxing in the afternoon sunshine, catching up on our pre dawn start that morning. Towards the end of the day when it was cooler we strolled down the steep hill to the town, wandering through the maze of ancient cobbled steps of the old city with its blue painted walls. We had a meal at a fish restaurant that served us with freshly baked bread, a super fresh salad followed by a plate of grilled fishes and calamari with rice and chips on the side – all washed down with a delicious chilled bottle of . . . . . . mineral water. We paid less than £8 for everything.

   
  

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