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... of art. After, we explored the narrow, winding streets and colourful souks of the Medina behind the red fortified walls and mistaking a beggar woman for the souk owner, Richard asked her ‘how much for the postcards’ if I hadn’t noticed he’d have given her the money too. For lunch we went to the fishing harbour where the owners of the hut type restaurants were grilling their catch of the day in the sun. The waiter offered us a price as we looked at the ...
... and Tuareg… to words like "kasbah" and “medina” and “souk” … to movies like “The Road To Morocco” and “Casablanca” … All these added up to make Morocco a must see destination for a young, mildly adventurous couple looking for an exotic vacation.
On our first trip Denise and I circled the country for 3 weeks in an old, Renault IV traveling from ...
... our moods began to alter. People began to pick up injuries, fitness was playing a part although the views only got better and better. I was doing fine and if anything, was slightly disappointed with such a slow pace. There was nothing i could do though as we were going at Hassan’s pace, which he set not to leave anyone behind. Even so, there were still plenty of stops and starts much to my frustration. As we got higher, i think i began to feel the effects of ...
... hiking in the mountains, learned to cook Moroccan food, did a little gardening, listened to lots of music and tried some 'moroccan' dancing! We went to the sea-side town of Essoaouira for a couple of days then Jules had to leave, so I had another couple of days there then went back to the village for a few more days of mountain ...
... degrees ! common morocco, get yourself together. Anyways, we continued on passing through gorgeous valleys and seeing more similar villages to this one, with red mud buildings with flat roofs clinging to the side of mountains and valleys. Although mostly barren, there were times when the land was lush and greet with palm trees or beautiful pink flowers. Our first night we stayed at the foot of a large gorge (Dades Gordes) and since it was ...