Thursday, April 17, 2008

Chefchaouen Blue

Any solo traveller will tell you that the greatest part of travelling solo is the freedom, not having to live on anyone else's schedule, the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and being completely free from the menial stresses of the everyday. They'll also tell you the hardest part is dealing with occasional bouts of loneliness when out there on the long haul. I deal with the latter by sketching a lot more, writing a lot more, and of course taking a lot more photos.....
and of course, you do realize that I'm doing this all for YOU, right????
But when was the last time that you thanked me for this or at least gave me a hug.....or how about access to your bank accounts for this????......yeah...that's what I thought. No response.
Anyway, not to make you feel guilty, but here are more of MY photos for YOU,....and just to let you know, these French-Moroccan keyboards are a real bitch...putain de merde!
Blue is the theme in the blue hilltown medina of Chefchaouen
Blue alleys
Blue doors
Blue butts
Tiny blue doors for midgets
Blue door and zellig archway
spice cones
When in Morocco, there's a carpet for sale nearby


This kid, in Arabic, asked me, Dónde está Che Pelotas?

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3 Comments:

At 6:46 PM, Blogger andrew said...

Ren,

That's the richest blue I've ever seen. In fact, I think my vision is being affected... can you post some orange-colored shots next time, to balance out the blue? *hugs*

 
At 6:05 PM, Blogger Perfumes said...

Hello. This post is likeable, and your blog is very interesting, congratulations :-). I will add in my blogroll =). If possible gives a last there on my blog, it is about the Perfume, I hope you enjoy. The address is http://perfumes-brasil.blogspot.com. A hug.

 
At 1:02 PM, Blogger Marx Marvelous said...

gracias renato, for all your beautiful photos.

hope you are well. sorry I missed you bon vovage.

Hapy i can once again read about your journeys.

 

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