Travel Blogs from Morocco

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مغربي‎, Tangier, Morocco travel blog


A travel blog entry by lesleymartinson


... to some port town at the very southern tip of Spain. It was a breathtaking drive. From the port town, we took a ferry to Morocco. The ferry experience definitely made me grateful to live in a country where we are treated like people and not cattle. I ...

Ripped Off Time Travel, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Ripped Off Time Travel

A travel blog entry by bigbenn

After a breakfast debate of wether to get a guided tour of Fes or not (the parents wanted to, Megan and I didn't) we decided to go for one. The hotel were able to organise one for us, however the first one they supplied could not speak English, so after ...

Rain and renewed travel lust, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Rain and renewed travel lust

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip


Rain has taken over Marrakesh and most of the last few days have been soggy and cloudy. It has gotten quite cold and it is difficult to get up and stay warm because the riad is mostly outdoors, with individual rooms around the perimeter. To go from one ...

Marrakesh, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog


A travel blog entry by jtafuro


The train ride last night was wonderful. I was a bit worried at first because each cabin had 4 beds so that meant sharing with 3 other people. I am usually a very private person and have had trouble sleeping already. There was a French couple above me ...

Moroccon Experience !, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Moroccon Experience !

A travel blog entry by amazingone


... and I headed off to bed reasonably early as I had packing to complete in the morning. Whilst my overall experience in Morocco was MORE than pleasant (especially within the safety of the Clay walls that protect the Cite Portugaise from the outside world) ...

Palaces And Tombs In Marrakesh, Morocco, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Palaces And Tombs In Marrakesh, Morocco

A travel blog entry by annalisamurray


... mausoleum containing intricate woodwork.  And, all of these tombs, including the sultan’s, are vigilantly guarded by Morocco’s numerous stray cats! [Interestingly, a few decades after the sultan’s death in 1603, a successor sultan ...

Argument, Ait Ben Haddou, Morocco travel blog


A travel blog entry by tayka


We were slightly delayed leaving our campsite this morning, because I had a miscommunication with the boy at the campsite about filling my bottles with drinking water. He thought I wanted to throw the bottles away, so took them off me and put them in ...

Alcohol supplies, Ceuta, Spain travel blog

Alcohol supplies

A travel blog entry by tayka


... Rum and 28 cans of beer. Hopefully the cheap wine wont taste like vinegar and our supply lasts us for our 3 or 4 weeks in Morocco. We couldn't find a campsite in Ceuta, so we wild camped in a car park at the seafront. The burnt out car and groups of ...

Early wake up call, Meknes, Morocco travel blog

Early wake up call

A travel blog entry by tayka


... of industry with everyone free to do as they please, or so it seems. Health and safety rules and regulations obviously haven't hit Morocco yet, by the looks of some of the wood and metal workshops. In the street there were baskets of left over stale ...

Chefchaouen, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog


A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels


... enjoyed his tour and his friendliness.  The kids were quite pleased when he gave each of them a name for their stay in Morocco: Leila, Jamila, and Abdul.  From there, we re-connected with Ibrahim to set out on the road towards the ...

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