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... free park in Morocco.
Essaouira known as the windy city of North Africa, has coastal winds that keep all but the surfers away from the fantastic beach. It wasn’t windy when we wandered around the market full of displays of mouth watering, gigantic, fruit and veg though. The Moroccan farmers, we’re told can’t afford to use chemicals and the results are the healthy, colourful beetroots, carrots, onions, turnips, green beans and fruit etc, that look ...
... We started going there in the early 1970's. There’s something wonderful about this country. A feeling of going back in time to those exciting places you’ve read about… image provoking places like Casablanca and Marrakesh … to names like Ali Baba, Aladdin and Scheherazade… to dark mysterious alleys in exotic places… to camels in the desert… the Sahara… to tribes like ...
21.11 - Instead of the dogs keeping us awake last night, this time it was the frogs! I still managed to sleep better than last night though, even despite the cold. We were awake early again and after my first wilderness **** of the trip so far, we had breakfast then were off. Our main goal of today was the 600m ascent of the ski mountain which took us up to approximately 3200m. The climb was much easier that yesterday, although steeper, and we were at the top in no time ...
21.30? - Sat under starlight writing this journal by candle light after a good but fairly hard first day trekking. We had to be up early to finish packing our stuff and have breakfast then the time came to load up the minibus and set off. The drive was nice enough, especially when we got to the foothills. We saw a different way of life for the Moroccans and totally different to Marrakech. There were huge fields for plantations then stalls selling all sorts of bric-a-brac. ...
Just spent 3 weeks in Morocco! Very hot, very busy, lots of great people and places. After a night in Marrakesh, staying in the Old Medina and visiting the souks, we headed to the Atlas Mountains where we stayed in a village with a lovely family, Mohammed and Fayzer and their children and brother Khalid. It was so beautiful there and ...