In less than a month will go back home and I -sadly- know that I will not have the time to visit Chefchaouen. 

For those who don´t get why I want to visit that city, here is the reason why: everything there is BLUE! Just google it and you´ll understand. The problem is that it´s very far away from where I am now, so I´ll visit it the next time I´ll come back!

With the sad idea in my head that I am going to miss out on such a great place, I started jumping around when, during my visit to Rabat, I discovered that the kasbah there is half white and half blue! 

The kasbah usually is the oldest part of the city and, in Rabat, it has been built on the top of a cliff, offering an amazing view of the ocean. Originally those beautiful and little houses had been built when Muslims were running away from Spain, but now there are a lot of foreigners buying there and enjoying the view and the wonderful little alleys.

Getting lost in those beautiful alleyways is a great and fun experience, because you randomly stumble into art galleries, hidden gardens, ocean views, little shops and pure magic!

Enjoy!

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