Travel Blogs from Nador, Morocco

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Great name..., Fez, Morocco travel blog

Great name...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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Someone was taking the piss. Back in medieval times. The planners of Fez I mean. I can imagine them sitting around one evening over a mint tea and a spicy Moroccan tagine discussing how to make Fez the most completely impossible city to navigate. It ...

Nador, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Nador

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Nador is a small town in Northern Morocco that I learned to call home. The South of the city is nestled in the Rif Mountains and the North is surrounded by the Mediterranean ...

Untouched by Tourists, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Untouched by Tourists

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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Nador in Morocco borders Melilla in Spain. We got here so early in the morning that no one had checked out of their rooms yet and we had to wander, bleary-eyed from hotel to hotel trying to find an empty room. When we finally found one, we realized too ...

Morocco, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Morocco

A travel blog entry by marceld1

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This is my first time in Morocco and my first entry to travel pod. I'm flying Geophysical Surveys in the North as well as central Morocco. I was based in Nador and Er Rachittia but I got to do a little traveling as ...

Overnight journey, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Overnight journey

A travel blog entry by 50odd

... get our bikes and luggage. I don't sleep on buses, or trains or any kind of transport. So by the time we tipped up in Nador I was suffering from sleep deprivation big time. Even so, nothing would have induced me to stay there - it was a dump. So, we ...

Retour dans le dsert / Back into the desert, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Retour dans le dsert / Back into the desert

A travel blog entry by siegfried_h.

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... starts surprisingly enough in Spain. At least, that's what I discover when I set foot in Melillia, a Spanish territory in Morocco. Outside the airport, Richard, one of the two geophysicists assigned to the project, takes care of Timothy, my copilot, and ...

Taza, why the heck did we come here for  ?, Stalked in Taza !, Morocco travel blog

Taza, why the heck did we come here for ?

A travel blog entry by mike-christelle

Time to mention a real issue though out our stay in Morocco : the inept praises of Lonely Planet Morocco guide book authors who, more than once, prompted us to set off enthusiastically for destinations than would prove unbelievably disappointing upon ...

Arrive in Morocco, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Arrive in Morocco

A travel blog entry by barneyandpier

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I'm in Africa!  Isn't that weird?, Nador, Morocco travel blog

I'm in Africa! Isn't that weird?

A travel blog entry by beck

After doing nothing at the beach I hopped on the overnight ferry to Melilla, a little Spanish enclave within Morocco. Getting on the ferry I saw a sign that said "no knives" and so I told the guard checking my ticket that I had a pocket knife. "Big or ...

Day 9 OMG it’s Morocco, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Day 9 OMG it’s Morocco

A travel blog entry by babushka

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Almeria – Nador 120 miles by ferry I thought I had done my homework by selecting Nador rather than Tangiers. If this is easy I'd hate to experience difficult ! I got up nice and early, topped up with fuel and was nicely parked for embarkation an ...

Szeena Bzeff!!!, Bat 'Ha, Morocco travel blog

Szeena Bzeff!!!

A travel blog entry by rreeser

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... come back onto the carpet in the room. The moths congregated throughout the night (I have yet to see one screen in all Morocco) and a delicious course of two chickens, broth, and olives was next on the menu. Mohammed broke bread and laid it out for ...

The Hammam, Ribat El Kheir, Morocco travel blog

The Hammam

A travel blog entry by rreeser

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Just a short note about using a public bath in Morocco...I think I've just about stretched my horizons as far as I care to (:....the Hammam works like this: You enter an outer room (of three) and there you disrobe down to your bottom undies, hang your ...

in fez, Fez morocco, Morocco travel blog

in fez

A travel blog entry by gundree

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to begin im tryping on a fench keyboard, so this is going to be a little rough getting around morocco is easy, the trains seem safe. take first class, it dosnt cost that much more. most of the ticket people speek enought english to get you where you ...

learn arabic, Missouri, United States travel blog

learn arabic

A travel blog entry by toro_titan

Arabic Alphabet Some letters have different spellings when they are placed at the beginning, middle or end of a word letter name end middle top phonetic = alif =  a  = ba = b = ta = t = = th tha it's pronnonce English as ...

Suburb Hopping, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Suburb Hopping

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... of the Melilla "fence": 20 feet high, guard towers, motion sensors, guard towers--everything I expected and didn't see at the Morocco-Algerian border. A bit awkward to explore, since you you never know if you're on a public road or walking up someone's ...

Start, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Start

A travel blog entry by mbe2010

Mitten in der Nacht werden wir hier landen. ...

fez, Fez, Morocco travel blog

fez

A travel blog entry by teamswiss

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Morocco, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Morocco

A travel blog entry by ryank5

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... our big backpacks down to the port to catch an 8 hour ferry to Melilla, A spanish province in Africa, right next to Morocco. I started wondering around the ship and came across a lounge area playing the Avalanche, Devils game and I couldn't believe it!! ...

We passed through magnificent mountains, Nador, Morocco travel blog

We passed through magnificent mountains

A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan

... or two large billboards advertising resorts and apartments, somewhere, but they obviously weren't on our route.  When we arrived at Nador we started looking for a campground, and this is one country that you need to be able to speak French to go ...

Almeria-Nador, Nador, Morocco travel blog

Almeria-Nador

A travel blog entry by oyvindsandve

... hjelpen, kom oss p rom. N var vi lettet, kom oss over grensa og var litt nrmere sol, strender og surfing:) 22 juli Nador Vi vknet oppetter ha hrt to timer p en gal hund, bnnerop klokka halv tre og diverse lyder i natten. Vi stod ...

how to blendin in morocco, Fez, Morocco travel blog

how to blendin in morocco

A travel blog entry by gundree

After being here a little over a month i've noticed a few things about how to blend in. I have seen both the regular people, students and even state dept and the US military people trying and failing to blend in and its been a good case study on what ...

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