Travel Blogs from Morocco

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Tetouan, the other armpit of Morocco, Tetouan, World Heritage Site, pass your way ..., Morocco travel blog

Tetouan, the other armpit of Morocco

A travel blog entry by mike-christelle


... . There might be countless treasures of architecture in Tetouan, but none of them are visible to the passerby. As always in Morocco, Mosks are off limits to non -Muslims and palaces hide , undetectable, behind nondescript dorrs. Nothing there to cheer ...

We made it out, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

We made it out

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

We had to catch a taxi out because at this point we had been walking for about 4 hours and in the end we where going in the totally wrong direction.. We spent 80 Dirhams for dinner and breakfast this morning which wasnt too bad.. sorry about the ...

Essaouira, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog


A travel blog entry by jpbigan


Etape agréable dans cette superbe cité balnéaire du XVIII è ...

hendrix hang, Essouerra, Morocco travel blog

hendrix hang

A travel blog entry by salkelely

bus, ferry, overnight train and bus later and kel and i are in essouera.... so far i love marroc.... but lord save us and our wallets from the smooth talking men.... will write more later when i get my head around these crazy keyboards.... or back in ...

Chaotic Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Chaotic Casablanca

A travel blog entry by brownsltd


... keeps giving, just when we thought we had hit the highlight of our trip, another highlight outshone the previous.  Morocco is a remarkable country of extreme contrast, beauty and remarkable tolerance.  Whilst it is hard to describe through text ...

The Oldest City EVER !, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

The Oldest City EVER !

A travel blog entry by amazingone


We drive into the township and he looks at me in the rear vision mirror and utters "El Jadid". “Do you know where the hotel is”? I ask … no response so I hand him the paper and point to the address.  He shrugs his shoulders and ...

what really needs to be taught at A-level French, Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

what really needs to be taught at A-level French

A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape


There's a man, aged about 50, with a bad heart, and he fears his wife is having an affair. He is in his office, many storeys up, and decides to ring his wife, thinking 'if she doesn't answer, she is with a man'. So, he rings and she doesn't pick up. o ...

Ouzoud Cascades, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Ouzoud Cascades

A travel blog entry by weixiao


Spectacular scenery. Very chilled place, like a Moroccan Carribbean. Absolutely beautiful ...

Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside, Essouria, Morocco travel blog

Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside

A travel blog entry by catmoj


Our entry to Essouira was heralded by a rousig chorus of "Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside!" We have proved ourselves to be something of a musical group - berber dancing, drumming on tables and undoubtably here we will continue our ...

River Surfing, Kenitra, Morocco travel blog

River Surfing

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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... a touristy area.  Our neighbours for the night were an English couple in their late 50s who were so far disappointed with Morocco and had planned to stay a month. They seemed to be focusing on the poor facilities in the campgrounds, this being their ...

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