Leaving Morocco: From Assilah it was only a quick run up to the border with Spain. We took the motorways to make good time and found that we had made too good time! We were there much earlier than planned so headed south again on the Mediterranean coast to fill up with cheap Moroccan diesel. While Spain has cheaper fuel than the UK, Morocco is about half the price of Spain. At about 75 eurocents a litre or about 90 Oz cents, it's a price we can only dream ...
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Ceuta: Ceuta (pronounced S'you-ta) is the Spanish enclave on the African continent. A few kilometres away out of town is the border proper. We have been a bit concerned about our paperwork for the crossing into Morocco. Our registration papers for the van had not arrived by the time we left Leeds and all we had was a slip of paper that said the application had been put in. In Portsmouth we managed to get some more paperwork (under advice from Ray, we p...