Chefchaouen is a small charming city situated in the heart of Morocco's Rif Mountains. The beauty of Chefchaouen's mountainous surroundings are enhanced by the contrast of the brightly painted medina. Chefchaouen was painted #blue by the Jewish refugees who lived there during the 1930's. The main square in the medina is lined with cafes and filled to the brim with locals and tourist mingling easily. We visited Chefchaouen for just a few hours after 3 and half hours’ drive (one way) from Fes, but it was well worth it. We were able to walk the lanes peacefully as it was a holiday, it being Friday. For me, Chefchaouen lived up to its reputation of a photographer’s delight. I came back wondering how a town can look so blue, but it was real. I don’t mind my Trover page carry a blue look for a few days!