Â I had never heard of this little town in Morroco where we made a day trip. It is on the Atlantic Ocean, known for its blue and white buildings, rather like Greece, and it turned out to be a real pleasure to visit. It had a European feel to me and I totally forgot I was in Africa. It was at one time occupied by Portugal and the ramparts were designed by a Frenchman leaving it looking like another harbor town, St Malo, in France.
A view of the town behind the ramparts
Even most of the boats there were blue
Â I liked this blue heart above a blue door
Â Many of the inhabitants there wore blue as well. This lady had a colorful bandage of some sort on her foot.
I can’t tell you how many photos I took of blue doors.
The blue ocean crashed against the rocky shore.
Â In the harbor, besides dealing with fish, they were busy building boats, all of wood.