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The legendary Sahara..., The Fucking Desert, Morocco travel blog

The legendary Sahara...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... Dirham entry fee - I glean that they are mud-brick buildings in the form of an old city, much like the rest of Morocco that's not within a Kasbah. Maybe the interior would have provided some insight. But - really - when you really think about it really ...

Roaming Morocco, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Roaming Morocco

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... down. This 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 ...

Hammam a mia!, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Hammam a mia!

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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Finally arrived in Casablanca yesterday a day late but intact.  We all went to Ricks Cafe near the old old Medina and port last night for a tasty dinner and said our goodbyes.  This morning I slept in then like any good traveler ...

Fes and Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Fes and Marrakech

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... . Then there were the food stalls, more like outdoor restaurants, that serve up delicious Moroccan fare at cheap-even-for-Morocco prices: cuscous (a North African grain) with "the fixins" (my term, not Moroccan), tanjine (a Moroccan stew), olives, ...

Fes to Chefchaouen, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

Fes to Chefchaouen

A travel blog entry by susan_g

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... sludge, red (from poppy flowers) predominately filled the troughs this week! The evenings have been pretty dull since I have been in Morocco, alcohol is forbidden and women just don't really go to cafes, apart from a bit of a walk after dinner it's ...

A totally differnet world!, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

A totally differnet world!

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... , both countries have left distinctive marks on the other. Enough history onto our day. Several interesting things I learned about Morocco during our tour of Tangier are it has 3500km of coastline. 500 along the Mediterranean Sea and ...

Morocco - brought to you by the letter

Morocco - brought to you by the letter "T"

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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Search for Missing Glove Called Off Taroudant, Morocco – A Canadian man is in mourning today as authorities called an end to an exhaustive fifteen minute search for his missing glove. It had been last seen stuffed haphazardly into the pocket of his ...

"Hey, my food still has a face!"

A travel blog entry by edamame

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... in there, so after a few moments of awkward silence and stares, the guy gave in and reluctantly handed us our change. Only in Morocco! After a few days in Marrakech, we really needed to get away from the chaos. We took the bus a couple of hours to ...

Camel Caravans, Erg Chebbi, Morocco travel blog

Camel Caravans

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

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Then it was on to the desert via the Middle Atlas Mountains (Morocco's greatest mountain range with more than 30 peaks over 4,000 m) and the Ziz (meaning "Gazelle") Gorge. We will be getting around the next 10 days or so in vans driven by Abdel and ...

Trip to the Sahara Desert, Gab's birthday, Morocco travel blog

Trip to the Sahara Desert

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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I'm back in civilisation here in Essaouira after an unbelievable week in Morocco's rural deserts and mountains ... Essaouira is a coastal resort town, packed with tourists. Last night was Gab's birthday. Instead of 'Happy Birthday' being sung, we had ...

Play it again Sam., Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Play it again Sam.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... romance film from the early 1940's. In fact, I have never seen the movie, but at least I also knew that Casablanca is Morocco's biggest city, that it's name translates to white house in Spanish and that tourists who visit usually finds it more ...

Trek through the Todra Gorge, Todra Gorge, Morocco travel blog

Trek through the Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... and live here forever more. It is truly spectacular and has such a wonderful spirit it is hard to describe on travelpod. Morocco, along with Thailand will be definite holidays of the future and I look forward to sharing these countries with others ...

Of Kasbahs and Camels..., Merzouga, Morocco travel blog

Of Kasbahs and Camels...

A travel blog entry by edamame

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... we made the trek again (at 5 am!) to catch the sunrise. Our time spent in the desert was hosted by Morocco's desert nomads - the Berbers. They are the indigenous people of northern Africa whose traditional way of life was as nomadic herders. Who ...

Morning Trek and Trip to Essaouira, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

Morning Trek and Trip to Essaouira

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... . I won't repeat what Maria referred to these as on travelpod but use your imagination!!!!! The Sofitel chain of hotels look excellent for future returns to Morocco. Staying in traditional Riads are also a very good option for an upmarket ...

up in the rif mountains, where the air is clear..., Chefchaoun, tangiers (again) and then back to spain, Morocco travel blog

up in the rif mountains, where the air is clear...

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... as well. tangiers - good to get back to tangiers; not such a bad place at all. - best sardines in morocco. - enjoyed a market wander (seemingly our favourite pastime). - had the obligatory tea/coffee at the paris cafe; by this stage of ...

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 ...

Morocco..... At Last, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

Morocco..... At Last

A travel blog entry by susan_g

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... a reservation doesn't actually mean that you have a bed.... sooo I am yet to figure out what a reservation does actually mean in Morocco but I ended up quiet happily with a mattress on the roof of hostel for 3 nights, my mattress looks straight out over ...

Day 2 of Tour Casablanca to Meknes, Meknes, Morocco travel blog

Day 2 of Tour Casablanca to Meknes

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... hospitality... I have found this in every Arabic country I've travelled to including Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Malaysia and now Morocco. It makes the travelling experience so special when your smiles are returned, and help is always there if you seek ...

John I survived the Camel Trip in the Sahara!, Sahara Desert, Morocco travel blog

John I survived the Camel Trip in the Sahara!

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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Another long drive today to our desert town, Merzouga. We boarded our camels and trekked out to Erg Chebbi dunes, UNSCATHED. My trust in camels has been restored. The scenery was spectacular but very similar to that in the Gobi desert. It is a very ...

End of Tour in Marakesh, Marakesh, Morocco travel blog

End of Tour in Marakesh

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... disappoined if you get Summer as your leader. The warm hospitality, beautiful sights and local experiences have made Morocco a highly rated holiday destination despite its opressive heat at times. The overwhelming positives have outweighed the negatives. ...

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 ...

The Spectacle...Djemma-el-Fna!, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

The Spectacle...Djemma-el-Fna!

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... down, only a few dozen to go! We spent the day yesterday riding the rails from Fes to Marrakech. Trains in Morocco are actually quite pleasant. The coaches are air-conditioned and situated with six seats per compartment. After our experience standing ...

Marrakech- Farewell to Morocco, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakech- Farewell to Morocco

A travel blog entry by tavini

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... country itself has tourist potential indeed and the tourism industry is their third largest source of income, but currently Morocco is not a country overly friendly to tourists. What should be the main sources of attraction here are the environment, ...

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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I would like to begin by suggesting that the lonely planet people add a new paragraph to their lonely planet guides for morocco. 'Dear Traveller so you have decided to travel to Morocco : well congratulations;we at lonely planet suggest the following ...

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 ...

Day 1 of Tour Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Day 1 of Tour Casablanca

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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I have loved my first 48 hours in Morocco... I have a feeling that this country will be everything I expect and more! At 6.30pm, I met my tour group that will be my 'family' for the next 14 days. I'm trying to keep an open mind as these tours ...

Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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text to come ...

Final choice green photo, Fes, Morocco, United States travel blog

Final choice green photo

A travel blog entry by mimmik

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so this is the final pic i chose for the LP thorn tree december photo contest. to see a larger version of the pic just click on the thumbnail of it in the gallery above... and to see the other green pics i decided not to use, go to the previous ...

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 ...

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