Chefchaouen Morocco..Wander through the powder blue streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco. Story has it that the blue walls that climb up halfway on all of the white-washed buildings is to keep mosquitoes and flies from bothering people. Other stories recall the city’s early Jewish influence which resulted in the colorful walls. Whether or not these are true, it still makes for one heck of a gorgeous place to explore.
The small Moroccan town of Chefchaouen - filled with a thousand shades of blue. I spent my last days wandering these fairy tale like streets, it's a place like no other and one of the highlights of my Morocco trip! #JourneysThatInspire #RCMemories @RitzCarlton
| Streets, Chefchaouen, Morocco | This was a tough task to choose one photo "Your Best Shot of 2016" competition. This was a VERY interesting year for me. A lot of new destinations as well as some of the places I've been to before. A LOT of pictures taken during those trips. By this date I have just here on Flickr: 180+ - Kids' Dance and Equesterian Competition photos. And probably 5x as much more to go through. 400+ - London, UK business trip in January 630+
Chefchaouen is a small village in Morocco and is famous for are the absolutely amazing vivid blue walls of many of the buildings in the old center. It is very popular by tourists that love to wander through the maze of narrow streets and make snapshots of this brilliant little town as the following photo’s prove. Visiting this place will sure cure any case of the blues…