Moroccan BluesGranada, Spring 2010
The second half of my trip to Morocco was spent in Chefchaoen. This is often called the blue city because practically all of the doors, windows, streets, and buildings are painted blue. It is an amazing sight at some points in the medina because you are completely surrounded by this overwhelming blue. Chefchaoen was a great change from Fez; the medina was much more open and clean and it was possible to wander around without getting completely lost like in Fez. I loved visiting Chefchaoen and was a little reluctant to leave. It was a different Morocco in Chefchaoen than we had seen in other parts of the country, but I rather liked the contrasting experiences.
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