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We began our adventure on April 8. We left Milwaukee at 1:30pm and arrived in Marrakech local time 12:45pm on April 9. We are exhausted. I was also glad to get off the long flight between Chicago and Madrid, as it smelled like someone was pooping their pants at the end of the flight. Not sure if it was just because we were by the bathroom or if …
... Marrakech...up and up we climbed and then down and down and down the road we twisted. Stopping at several view points.... At one stop, we had a coffee, in one shop stop on the side of the road, and whilst wandering through the shop, a hand clamped on my shoulder... And a strong voice asked if I was in possession of my Australian passport, I spun around to see a fellow Avoca clubbie, Corey Myers, and his girlfriend en route to the ...
... another glorious day in paradise we had mixed feelings for tonight we would be in Marrakech and whilst we were keen to explore magical Marrakech, we were sad to know that we were leaving the Moroccan countryside behind. The varied landscapes, the colours, the textures, the local people and of course the livestock, we had loved it all.
We did however have a drive through the passes of the High Atlas Mountains between us and Marrakech, and we were eager to ...
... speak French, Spanish and Arab with some broken English. So I suppose it'll be one long French learning experience. We stop by at their house/hotel thing for some Moroccanmeals with their family and actually get on the camel the day after tomorrow. I'm a little bit nervous but I cant even begin to imagine how incredible its going to be. Wish me luck!!! And ic you want to see a little bit of where I'll be look up merzouga. Its pretty cool ...
... Quarzazate which means “door the desert” and was a town where Berbers live. We had a wonderful tour guide who told us stories and taught us about the nomadic life style. We walked through the land that belonged to families from the town and learned a lot about different plants and their use for the families. When we arrived in the town, we went to a carpet
shop. Their work was spectacular and incredibly detailed. A ...