We awoke to a cold apartment that had no running water in Cabo Negro. One might question cold temperatures in Morocco, but remember Morocco is North Africa and the building that we were staying in in Cabo Negro did not have any heat. The community is normally in low season during the winter months and also under going maintenance. Unfortunate none of us knew this prior to attempting to stay there. That being said no offense to Cabo Negro, but we all decided that we would head north to a Spanish held area of Morocco know as Ceuta in Spain or Speta in Morocco.
We did visit the beach prior to leaving and walk along the Mediterranean.
Boardwalk of Cabo Negro – Morocco
Drive from Cabo Negro to Septa / Ceuta
While driving from Cabo Negro to Ceuta we happened upon what I can only explain as “The Stork House”. Along the roadside there was this beautiful Moroccan styled home that was covered with stork nests and storks.
Septa / Ceuta
We crossed the border into Spain and the world changed. This area clearly has a Spanish feel to it. You could not only hear the call to prayer, but the ringing of church bells. The architecture of the area was purely Spanish, more that next week.