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first day of sightseeing, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

first day of sightseeing

A travel blog entry by kris

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Well after a full day at sea iīve arrived in the port of casa blanca. yesterday i was looking rather green as the boat(i know itīs a ship) wouldnīt stop rolling.. iīve made some friendzs on here.. they are all above 60 but hey itīs not like there is ...

Skank hole market square, Marakesh, Morocco travel blog

Skank hole market square

A travel blog entry by kris

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Ok, this is a little entry just to chronicle my trip to marakesh.. the boat arrived in a small town called Safi where there is fuck all.. i was booked onto another granny bus trip to marrakesh, but this time i knew it wasnīt really feasable to do it on ...

Meknes - Lunch And Look Around., Meknes, Morocco travel blog

Meknes - Lunch And Look Around.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Leaving Fes behind was a bit sad as we had all enjoyed ourselves immensely but on to our next adventures. We arrived at the Imperial City of Meknes and found it a little bit more laid back, quieter and smaller than Fes (however we did witness a domestic ...

Fez - Chaotic, Mesmerizing and Annoying, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fez - Chaotic, Mesmerizing and Annoying

A travel blog entry by tavini

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... out of this fairly well; the whole thing left a bad taste in our mouths. So far; this fits in with our experience of Morocco: the first impression is rather bad, then we grow to find the place very interesting and even somewhat pleasurable, only to end up ...

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 ...

MMMMMMMMM can I try some of that, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

MMMMMMMMM can I try some of that

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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There was a survey done a few years ago about which cities you would never return to. The number one spot was taken by Marrakech by a whopping 94%. Here might be some reasons why. There is a square in the centre and on the outside of it are many ...

Hammam in Essaouira, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

Hammam in Essaouira

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... bit of a shock. I walked out of the Hammam feeling the cleanest I've ever been and longing for more. In coming to Morocco, you MUST have a Hammam, preferably an upmarket one that I had for about 180 plus 20 dirham tip (30 dollars). Definitely beats ...

Medinas, masoleums, mosques......., Meknes and Fes, Morocco travel blog

Medinas, masoleums, mosques.......

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... same place for dinner, another pretty early night.... Fes - another easy train ride, beautiful rural setting...train travel in morocco really is very cruisey. - also an imperial city of morocco; probably the biggest in fact. - big of a trek ...

Typical Day at Work, Rif and Middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco travel blog

Typical Day at Work

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Its fair to say there is more to Morocco than Sand. On a typical flight I managed to fly over Mountain ranges, valleys, lakes, dunes and rivers. I hope you enjoy my day at ...

Road trip to the Algerian border, Oujida, Morocco travel blog

Road trip to the Algerian border

A travel blog entry by myjob

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... to mention the GUNS. The Algerian Border is around 40 kms away and I imagine they are looking for illegal immigrants. Morocco and Algeria are not the greatest of buddies and the fully manned military posts makes that apparent. As you continue your ...

Dedicated to the memory of Clarrie, Ouarzazate, Morocco travel blog

Dedicated to the memory of Clarrie

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... husband of my colleague and friend Gail. Clarrie's kindness and gentleness will not be forgotten. Gail, may the beautiful pictures of Morocco bring you a glitter of solitude during this very difficult time. My arms also go out to people reading this from ...

Epic Journey Madrid to Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Epic Journey Madrid to Casablanca

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... from Madrid to Casablanca was long, tiring but so rewarding, interesting and enjoyable. Travelling amongst the locals within Morocco was exhillerating... even though I couldn't converse with them, simple smiles and other gestures was all it took to make ...

From the Sahara Desert to Todra Gorge, Todra Gorge, Morocco travel blog

From the Sahara Desert to Todra Gorge

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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The beauty of this trip is the great diversity we are experiencing in terms of landscape. I was very glad to pack up quickly and get out of the desert... can't see myself doing this again apart from the trekking trip in the Andes next month. It was ...

Aroui, Aroui, Morocco travel blog

Aroui

A travel blog entry by myjob

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... this little village. It situated 40 kms out side of town and due north. For anyone that is planning on backpacking Morocco I recommend you keep trekking because there is little to see. Aruli was a pretty interesting experience for me because I ...

Fes, Morocco - our final city, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes, Morocco - our final city

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors

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... of the week that have been made by hand by the city’s artisans as a gift to their monarch. Interestingly, although Morocco is supposed to be a democracy and holds elections every 6 years, it is the king who appoints ministers regardless of whether ...

Chefchaouen - Rif Mountains., Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

Chefchaouen - Rif Mountains.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... and stunning scenery. We took mint tea very high in a mountain village with the locals. The mint tea drunk in copious quantities in Morocco (given that alcohol is banned) is made with a branch of mint in the glass and lots of sugar. We learnt to ask for ...

Nearing the end of Morocco, Essaouira, Safi and El Jadida, Morocco travel blog

Nearing the end of Morocco

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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We jumped on a bus to take us across the Atlas mountains. The bus driver was 80 in the shade, he drove, he smoked, he drank mint tea and he read a newspaper. This was all at the same time. People were throwing up everywhere, but Lucy and I held our ...

madness and mayhem, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

madness and mayhem

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... of morroco do it pretty tough. Very widespread, these tough little critters are an integral part of transportation and logistics in morocco. souqs/markets The maze of souqs (bazars) north of "el Fna" bamboozled even Clare's internal compass. Simply ...

Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakech

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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text to come ...

Morocco Dreams, Essaouria, Morocco travel blog

Morocco Dreams

A travel blog entry by donstump1

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... Souq until JoAnn could find another carpet to buy. Big day, but it was a very amazing transformation. We loved Turkey but Morocco is the place dreams are made of. Other than our inability to communicate, this place rocks! Marrakesh is exactly what I ...

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 ...

Tangier - NO STORY., Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tangier - NO STORY.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Overnight only - NO ...

funny keyboqrd in tqngiers, Tangiers, Morocco travel blog

funny keyboqrd in tqngiers

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... here as we anticipated, India is much more intense, but in India you can crack it quite safely, there is a definite edge in Morocco and keeping ones' cool is paramount. Stayed in the medina (old) area of Tangier in a crumbling old hotel. Our room was ...

Asilah And Cap Spartel., Asilah, Morocco travel blog

Asilah And Cap Spartel.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... a fabulous farewell night and ended up sleeping under the stars. We made a plan that night that we wanted to stay longer in Morocco and as Katherine was heading off to Marrakesh, on the next night train, we decided to join her. Footnote: Historic City ...

Weird vibes and Azimut, the guide, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Weird vibes and Azimut, the guide

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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Marrekesh - With Snake Charmers., Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrekesh - With Snake Charmers.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Marrakesh is the nomad capital of the south full of medieval myths and mystery, vibrant and alive and even a bit daunting when you have just spent the night on a train (the Marrakesh express!!). Quite a pleasant train trip really though and the first ...

 we left fes on sat 14th dec to head for ..., Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

we left fes on sat 14th dec to head for ...

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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We left Fes on Sat 14th Dec to head for the desert in Merzouga. We slept rough in tents in the middle of nowhere on the way. It really was freezing and the wind howled. It was so remote and the landscape was quite barren. We cooked for twelve and it ...

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 ...

Journey Across the Anti Atlas Mountains, Imlil, Morocco travel blog

Journey Across the Anti Atlas Mountains

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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Day 10 took us on a 5 hour journey from the desolate anti Atlas Mountains, over the spectacular Tizi-n-Tichka Pass (2260m) and on to the scenic Toubkal National Park. Just out of the market village of Asni, we stopped into the restored Kasbah ...

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