Got up and tried to explore Ceuta, unfortunately everything is closed - it's Sunday. Ended up having lunch at Mc Donald's and getting back on the road. Pretty easy traveling really: caught a bus to the border, had no wait to get through, and quickly caught a grand taxi to Tetouan. By one o'clock we were in Tetouan.
I had been looking forward to exploring the medina - last time I was there everything was shut due to the king's funeral. Unfortunately there were torrential rains. Bought our bus tickets for the midnight bus (yep, another overnight bus) then ended up in a cafe waiting for the rain to stop. It didn't. Sometime around dusk the rain slackened to a drizzle and we set out for the medina, but didn't get very far into it before it started to rain again. Took shelter in a series of curio shops, but eventually ended up at another cafe. Three or four cafes later it was ten o'clock and we gave up and headed to the bus station.
The wait at the bus station was long. No matter where in the world you are, bus station always attract the biggest freaks available. In Tetouan it was sad there were at least three generations of glue glue-sniffers. From the eight or nine year old wild kids to the fifty year old man with so few brain cells left all he could do was stagger around. All of them obnoxious.