Travel Blogs from Rabat, Morocco

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I would like to begin by suggesting that ..., Marakech, Morocco travel blog

I would like to begin by suggesting that ...

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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... them behind at the airport and guess what dickhead now has a minidisk player but no music..... hmmm Landing in Morocco at 7.30 and catching a train to Rabat where I thought I would go and get some culture. This is exactly where the French would have ...

Well here i am in good old essouria on the ..., Essouria, Morocco travel blog

Well here i am in good old essouria on the ...

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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Well here I am in good old Essouria, on the coast of Morrocco. I have to admit that this little fishing town is a nice little place that you could easily pick up your possesions and retire to. Very picturisie and the people are super friendly and more ...

Defination of uncomfortable : justin with a ..., Marrkesh, Morocco travel blog

Defination of uncomfortable : justin with a ...

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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Defination of Uncomfortable : Justin with a servere case of Morrocan Belly (diahorrea). This has been traced back to, way too many litres of Fresh Orange juice watered down with Morrocan ice cubes... Defination of "Are you crazy" : Justin and ...

 camels testicles and sandstorms do not ..., Marakesh, Morocco travel blog

camels testicles and sandstorms do not ...

A travel blog entry by jrcormack

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Camels, Testicles and sandstorms do not mix!!! That is what I thought would be a suitable title for my next journal entry of my travels. I mentioned that I was planning a camel expedition and I am happy (I think) to say that this is something that I ...

On the road at last, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

On the road at last

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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... was followed with Harira, a vegetarian spicy lentil soup usually served during Ramadan and a rice and vegetable salad. It is traditional in Morocco when having guests for something to eat, for the family to eat in one sitting room and for the guests to ...

Rabat, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Rabat

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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A travel blog entry by loelai

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Rabat, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

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A travel blog entry by jpbigan

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Africa, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Africa

A travel blog entry by maya.musick

Shanti and I have been in Morocco for eight days now. For those of you who don't know we are staying with our Moroccan friend Adil. We spent the last two days in Fez, the oldest medieval city in the world. We had such an amazing time wandering the narrow ...

Don't flush the toilet paper!, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Don't flush the toilet paper!

A travel blog entry by cleo2471

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Salaamu Lekum, Not a lot to report for today - it was pretty laid back with time to relax.  We had orientation this morning, which included a scavenger hunt around the neighborhood.  We split into groups and had to go find places and ...

It was a long week, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

It was a long week

A travel blog entry by thenewlyweds

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Tuesday was more laying around though we were beginning to feel better. Guillaume found a super market and we got ourselves some food to make in the apartment. We really did nothing all day, but we changed from drinking the tap water to only bottled ...

Update on things, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Update on things

A travel blog entry by krugball

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Well it's my second day of class and my studies are going well. I like having a small class size (6 people) to learn in. Our teacher is very good and he only teaches a little in english. After lunch our classes had a field trip to the souque (local ...

Rabat Morocco, Rabat , Morocco travel blog

Rabat Morocco

A travel blog entry by martinlizama

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A travel blog entry by loelai

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Odais........Medina!, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Odais........Medina!

A travel blog entry by morocco-reed

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Today we went to the Odiais (o-die-us) which is a castle which protects the city from Pirates. It now is a tourist attraction for many people. Another day we went to the Medina. The Medina is a walled city, but now is a big farmers market. The walls are ...

Fes not 'Merica, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Fes not 'Merica

A travel blog entry by krugball

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... we were told it last only 5 minutes before the police come out and beat them because they don't have the freedom of speech in Morocco. Anyway it must only be a weekday thing. Now back at our house, our Moroccan Mom stuffed us with food once again. ...

Capital City, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Capital City

A travel blog entry by segacs

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... has an angle or is after something. Unfortunate how a few bad apples can have that effect. Anyway, we caught a train to Rabat, Morocco's capital, where we spent the afternoon checking out the city. Rabat has a fairly impressive mausoleum with the tombs ...

Now we're in Rabat!, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Now we're in Rabat!

A travel blog entry by corinneconley

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... ;   The first stop on our trip (after 11 hours in the air and 7 hours at airports) was the capital city of Morocco, our beloved Rabat.  We received our bags, met up with Dr. Nagy to fill out paperwork for the hotel, and off we went into the ...

From Casablanca to Meknčs-The First Few Days, Casablanca, Rabat and Meknčs, Morocco travel blog

From Casablanca to Meknčs-The First Few Days

A travel blog entry by paulandmel

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... roof for sunny days and interiors as vast as natural spaces. From Casablanca we drove to Rabat, the modern capital of Morocco. Morocco's well-heeled intelligentsia has migrated to this orderly administrative hub. Just outside of the city are the ...

Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakesh, Fes, Ifrance, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakesh, Fes, Ifrance

A travel blog entry by thee25

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Some photos to share. ...

When a frog tries to say Rabit..., Rabat, Morocco travel blog

When a frog tries to say Rabit...

A travel blog entry by rorywitt

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I only stayed here briefly. I went to the medina, and took a couple pictures. The main thing that's crazy about Morocco is the price for postage. Especially to the US, its about $1.75 for a postcard. That’s insanity. Europe is about $1 / postcard to ...

Rabat Green Markets, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Rabat Green Markets

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... Rabat, but Saturdays are exceptional when the streets spill over with fruit, vegetables, spices, dates, nuts, and meat. Morocco, and Rabat in particular, have a rich history of commerce going back 2500 years to Phoenician and Roman trade for olive oil, ...

As-salem aleikum, Sale/Rabat, Morocco travel blog

As-salem aleikum

A travel blog entry by sharkita

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That's hello in Arabic ... yes we sitting in Rabat in Morocco and both loving being here.  On our first morning we went down the souk (market area), drank mint tea made with fabulous fragrant fresh mint (not a beer in sight - but other things to ...

Mo roc  and roll, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Mo roc and roll

A travel blog entry by natecropp

... Modern as well. The other thing that struck me right away was just how many flags there are all around Morocco. They really like their flag, and it shows. As Rabat is the capital, there are a lot of embassies from around the world. I guess this was my ...

Arriving in Rabat, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Arriving in Rabat

A travel blog entry by cleo2471

... us coming in together.  We all wore our CCS t-shirts so we could identify each other at the airport.  Landing in Rabat, I looked out the plane's window and saw tall grass and trees just off the runway - it's like they just paved enough land ...

Morocco - a summary, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Morocco - a summary

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape

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Just the photos of my trip at the moment. I'll write something when I have another second to ...

Christmas and New year in Morrocco, Fez, Morocco travel blog

Christmas and New year in Morrocco

A travel blog entry by julesw83

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... some beach chillin, then Casablanca for a mojito just like in the movie!, then Asilah another beach town but not as beautiful, and Rabat for new year celebrations, ending in Tangier for a few days and then the boat back on 6th jan to spain. Having only ...

Rabat, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Rabat

A travel blog entry by jag

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... visited and it tended to be a more well organised city with streets arranged rows that were really dirty and unpleasant. I think Rabat lacked the charms of the other places so therefore the rubbish and dirt that is present in other cities also is more ...

2nd Week, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

2nd Week

A travel blog entry by krugball

We'll last Sunday we headed to Meknes for the day. We went to the souqe there, and to an old islamic school inside of it. We went to a couple of palaces as well as a old prison. Most of the sites are just like Chellah meaning that there is no ...

Take Nothing For Granted, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Take Nothing For Granted

A travel blog entry by sruof

'Lest you think I'm some sophisticated, got-it-together traveler: My first full day in Rabat I set out to explore the medina, looking in particular for the Andalusian garden and its charming outdoor tea room. I follow the map I printed from the hotel's ...

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