Long day getting to and exploring Chefchaouen. Need to tend to my ankle after all the very steep uphill walking. These people are just naturally fit, dealing with these incredible- by Chicago standards- climbs every day.
In the meantime, a few photos enroute and in Chefchaouen. The drive here is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced in America. We know nothing about winding, snaking roads compared to Moroccans.
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Very cool, my love! Wish I was there!
Stunning and beautiful. Looks like streets are incredibly clean (of course, maybe someone just walks through with a leaf blower and sends everything down the mountain). This is really an epic experience. It seems like something Teddy Roosevelt would do.
Well, Teddy’d ride up the hill on a horse shouting “Bully!” 🙂
Btw, they sweep the street regularly, both here and in Seville and Malaga, Spain. People actually walking around with brooms and a pan. Of course, from what I’ve seen, people don’t just throw stuff on the ground, either.
Looks like a really fun place to be!!