Travel Blogs from Tangier, Morocco

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To Tangier, formerly known as City of Pedophilia, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

To Tangier, formerly known as City of Pedophilia

A travel blog entry by sarah

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... , with a small, centrally-located and picturesque casbah, which we, of course, rocked. Our last stop before leaving Morocco was a night in Tangier, a city known for many years as a kind of "anything goes" naughtiness. It boasted a huge industry of ...

Roaming Morocco, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Roaming Morocco

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... was happening slowly enough that you really had to watch closely to see it happening. Why Didn't We enter Morocco Here? (Tangier) Somehow I think that we were extremely misled when we decided to enter Morocco through Melilla. Tangier is probably ...

A totally differnet world!, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

A totally differnet world!

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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Tuesday, June 19 Today we headed to Tangier, Morocco.  Only a small group of us made the trip and what a trip it was.  We had to get up before the crack of dawn because because we had a two hour drive from Torremlinos to Tarfia.  The ride ...

The green hills of Africa (and the dirt of Tanger), Tangier, Morocco travel blog

The green hills of Africa (and the dirt of Tanger)

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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(S) I think we're both still trying to collect our thoughts on Morocco - or at least I am. More later. Enjoy the pics. (C) This story has to be told, though.  We landed at port and weaved our way through the guides (who officially don't exist ...

mi vida en el sol, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

mi vida en el sol

A travel blog entry by twittg

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Yo estoy en Espana! (I put for the update that I'm in Tangier, Morocco, 'cuz that sounds cool...more on that later.) On Saturday (April 10) my alarm was supposed to wake me at 5:30am, but never went off. Luckily, I woke up at 5:53am and looked at my ...

Side-trek to Tangiers, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Side-trek to Tangiers

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... or Fez and Marrakesh. A return visit for those one day I reckon - even Karen is talking about a holiday to Morocco sometime soon! Epilogue: apart from a long queue as hundreds of non-EU visitors surged the immigration counter, Alex experienced ...

Boo Hoo, Last Day in Morocco, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Boo Hoo, Last Day in Morocco

A travel blog entry by donstump1

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... London. We really want to come back here to explore the Sahara desert and more of the Atlas because we have just scratched the surface! Morocco is on the top of our list of favorites! Love to all and we hope that everyone is well, Don and Jo Ann ...

Tangier - NO STORY., Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tangier - NO STORY.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Overnight only - NO ...

Beginning Our Moroccon Adventure., Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Beginning Our Moroccon Adventure.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... to our busabout pass. Our adventure began when our bus from Granada arrived at Algeciras the embarkation point for the ferries to Tangier in Morocco. On the 3 hour ferry trip we met up with Bronwyn another Aussie who was to be on our tour and was ...

Tanger, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tanger

A travel blog entry by loelai

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Arriving in Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Arriving in Tangier

A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels

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... Tangier.  Much of the excitement we felt in arriving there came from our anticipation of the experiences we might have in Morocco.  Also, there was quite a different feeling as we exited the ferry terminal and joined the fray of people rushing ...

A Taste of Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

A Taste of Tangier

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... be modest on the outside and not show your wealth. This was definitely in contrast to the “California” district of Tangier that we’d driven through earlier this morning with its large estates and country club houses. Our walk through the ...

long day ahead, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

long day ahead

A travel blog entry by ahid

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 so we are on our way to go and visit the merchant and i was talking to my sheep about a girl i  met the year prior.so i got their where the i saw the merchant then he told me he is busy that i have to wait till afternoon to sell him wool. ...

...Bonjour d'Afrique, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

...Bonjour d'Afrique

A travel blog entry by kazntrsawsmadvn

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... of the medina was somewhat closer to two hours! I have a sneaky suspicion that this may impact on the number of day trippers to Morocco from Spain. Being in Tanger can be make or break however. It's a grotty little city that's full of nothing but hassle. ...

Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tangier

A travel blog entry by nathan_and_clem

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Another Awesome day in North Africa, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Another Awesome day in North Africa

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings

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Tangier, Morocco From our Cruise Log Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - Tangier, Morocco 05:54 Pilot Embarked 07:14 Safely Docked 17:57 Vessel Undocked 23:02 Pilot Embarked (For Cadiz)  Tangier has always been associated with the exotic intrigue. Among the ...

Morocco, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Morocco

A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope

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... we had amazing views. Our temporary guide at the shop was amazing. Great sense of humour, one tooth. Talked about Morocco's multiculturalism, beauty, and cheap living. Came down to take a sales pitch on overpriced handmade rugs spread out before us. Had ...

Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tangier

A travel blog entry by shelwar83

The train station at Tangier was really nice and probably he best one in morocco at the moment. We walked over to the taxi rank and a grand taxi driver beckoned us over as he already had three american lads in his car who he was taking to the port. We ...

Tanger-Placeholder, Tanger, Morocco travel blog

Tanger-Placeholder

A travel blog entry by alex_merwin

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Mad Buggers!!!, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Mad Buggers!!!

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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The plan was simple 1)     Get to Morocco with plenty of time to get out of Tangiers in a hurry – the place has a bad reputation! 2)     Don't drive in the dark in Morocco, the crazy buggers don’t always ...

From Europe to Africa - a rainy day in Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

From Europe to Africa - a rainy day in Tangier

A travel blog entry by deepblue82

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... nbsp; After organizing (and drying out a bit) at the hotel, they started with their first plunge into an Arabic souk at Tangier's Grand Socco (of course, with the rain pouring).  So many tiny little shops selling all sorts of strange items... the ...

Big Day... 2 Continents and 3 Countries, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Big Day... 2 Continents and 3 Countries

A travel blog entry by pomeroys

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We started with a morning drive to Tarifa, Spain to catch the ferry to Tangiers, Morocco which is in Northern Africa. The Straight of Gibraltar was beautiful and the seas unusually calm. Tangiers was particularly interesting because it was the last day ...

Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tangier

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... country apart and European powers lined up for the fallout. Raisuli demanded $70,000 in gold, amnesty, and the governorship of Tangier.  Enter President Teddie Roosevelt who, in spite of knowledge to the contrary, insisted that  Perdicaris was a ...

Christmas Break Part 1 - Travel and New Years Eve, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Christmas Break Part 1 - Travel and New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by beccaboyer

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... room, at which point I promptly fell asleep. When the girls got back, they announced that they had scheduled a day trip for us to Tangier, Morocco for the next day (New Years Eve). We hung out, caught up with each other, and pretended we were going to go ...

Kingdom of Morocco, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Kingdom of Morocco

A travel blog entry by goneforawhile

... if to remind us that we were leaving Europe and entering Africa, the trip took five bumpy hours. We docked in the port of Tangier with low expectations, having heard that it’s a town not worth lingering in, and after our 5 hour stop there we ...

Chez Ramdane, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Chez Ramdane

A travel blog entry by jesselise

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... to prayer as it echos through every neighborhood in the city. We left Paris at 5am on Thursday and took a cheap flight to Tangier. My friends who live between Tangier and Paris were also on the plane with us. Upon arrival Ramdane took care of ...

A day in Africa, Tanger, Morocco travel blog

A day in Africa

A travel blog entry by bn.trek

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No big game parks for us, just a day tour to see something different.... and that it was.  The day started early for us tourists, we had to be at the harbour by 10am but alas we still missed the boat and tour we wanted so off to the ...

Jedno oko na Maroko, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Jedno oko na Maroko

A travel blog entry by kikizameryki

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Czas robaczki na wiesci z hiszpanskiej ziemi. Co tu wiele opowiadac: zyje sobie jak w krainie czarow i wcale mi sie nie chce z niej wracac . Zamieszczam fotorelacje, bo zdjecia znacza wiecej jak slowa;)  Pozdro  Alicja   ...

Hello My Friend, How Are You?, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Hello My Friend, How Are You?

A travel blog entry by jtafuro

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5/21 - Hello My Friend How Are You? So I've figured it out. Whe na Morrocan in Tangier asks "How are you today, my friend?" he wants me to buy hash. When he asks "Where are you going?" he wants to be my guide. I love the order of operations. It goes ...

What a journey..., Tangier, Morocco travel blog

What a journey...

A travel blog entry by romaandgrant

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getting the ferry was easy, however even though you can see Morocco from Algeciras, the 90min ferry took three hours (still not sure why?). The Moroccans seemed very relaxed about it all...on into Tangier. Pickin gup the next car was easy. The touts at ...

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