Snapshot Morocco: Still Chefchaouen

I can’t stop saying it: Chefchaouen is really pretty.


I knew it was blue, but I came prepared to be disappointed. Now that the rain has gone and the sun is out, it’s even more picturesque as we expected.

The town is nestled in the Rif mountains and is not for those with weak knees. There are hundreds of steps to climb and steep inclines to traverse going around the medina, but each turn would get you scrambling for your camera to take a picture.

As I said in the previous post, this place is crawling with tourists, most of which are from Europe. It’s not surprising as Morocco is just below Spain. The Spanish influence is stronger here than French. The locals can understand the language and the local dishes have Spanish influences. Speaking of Spain, guess what we saw at the nearby sari-sari store:


We haven’t tried it yet (the cookies, not the cat), opting to save it for the bus ride to Fes tomorrow. It’s only 7pm but I already feel so sleepy. Unfortunately, the backpackers hanging out in the lounge right outside our room are still very much awake.

Chefchaouen Medina photo by Cla Ines

RELATED:   Snapshot Morocco: Still in your Fez
Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 6 Comments
  1. RON says:

    Chefchaouen is oh soooo DIVINE!

  2. RON says:

    and oh! humanda ka. i will slap you out of jealousy and bitterness! LOL
    more more more pics!

  3. ivan man dy says:

    Filipinos cookies are very sweet, too sweet for my taste in fact.

    Morocco is great try to get to Essouira (1 hour from Marrackech)and get your fee wet at the Atlantic Ocean

  4. Marami na ba kayong nakilalang Kastila?

  5. Vikki says:

    Wow ang ganda! This makes me wanna go to Morocco, too!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: