Travel Blogs from Morocco

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Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Casablanca

A travel blog entry by jag

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Casablanca was a pretty modern city that was just like any other city around. Howeverit did have an awesome Mosque called Hassan II Mosque. The Mosque was gigantic and also very beautiful. It was also situated on a prime position situated on a cliff ...

Riff Mountains, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

Riff Mountains

A travel blog entry by jag

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Chefchaouen was a fantastic place to unwind and start to soak up some of the Moroccan way of life. We stayed in an absurdly cheap, clean and central hotel, which was full of other travellers. The village of Chefchaouen is located in the Riff mountains ...

Into Morocco, Tetouan, Morocco travel blog

Into Morocco

A travel blog entry by jag

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We caught the ferry from Gibraltar over to the port of Ceuta during the day into North Africa with the Riff Mountains rising in the background. After customs and in an entirely different culture we caught a taxi with another Spanish couple who were also ...

First you see Ouerzazate, then you die., Ouerzazat, Morocco travel blog

First you see Ouerzazate, then you die.

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... Sahara's edge. From here we'd take a camel trek and camp in a Bedouin tent. It's one of those "must do's" when traveling in Morocco.  But it wasn't meant to be.  We went out for breakfast just in front of the hotel and when we got back, ...

Larache à l'arrache et douche chaude !, Larache, Morocco travel blog

Larache à l'arrache et douche chaude !

A travel blog entry by mel_et_charlo

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Hier soir, on trouve l'air de repos dont "Le Guide Du Routard" parlait. C'est gratuit et on peut aussi prendre des douches chaudes sans payer ! En retour, ils espèrent juste une petite pièce. On mange à leur "Cafeteria", histoire de participer à la ...

Fes for the weekend, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes for the weekend

A travel blog entry by soulflexin

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Went to Fes for the weekend to pick up Steve's friends who are studying in Rome and Sadie's cousins from Cambodia. Hung out in the medina, ate, drank, a usual trip to the 1200 year old city (this year! Happy birthday ...

Tanger, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Tanger

A travel blog entry by loelai

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rabat **, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

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A travel blog entry by loelai

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fez ***, Fes, Morocco travel blog

fez ***

A travel blog entry by loelai

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The Marrakech Express, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

The Marrakech Express

A travel blog entry by jbaxter

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After battling the flooding out of Rissani and a bus change at Erfoud, we found ourselves stuck on leaky, noisy and crowded overnight bus to Marakech which ended up taking an extra 2 hours due to the rain. Not the best time we've ever had. And not only ...

Sunday souk in Rissani, Rissani, Morocco travel blog

Sunday souk in Rissani

A travel blog entry by xsa

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Sunday souk in ...

Marrakesh, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakesh

A travel blog entry by gustn

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A ...

Marakesz, czyli Miasto Boga, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marakesz, czyli Miasto Boga

A travel blog entry by akielich

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Jest późno, ale wolę napisać ta notkę przed pójściem spać bo przez noc trochę może z pamięci ulecieć. Wracając jeszcze do wczoraj. Na dworcu ...

Ostatni dzien w imperialnych miastach, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Ostatni dzien w imperialnych miastach

A travel blog entry by akielich

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Dzisiaj rano postanowiłem zostać jeszcze jedna noc w Marakeszu. Dało to możliwość spokojnego zobaczenia innych jego części niż ścisłe centrum. Rano wybraliśmy się z ...

Aug 28, 2009, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Aug 28, 2009

A travel blog entry by romaandgrant

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Dinner with our friend's family., Er Rachidia, Morocco travel blog

Dinner with our friend's family.

A travel blog entry by efaulkner

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... a fantastic way to finish a meal by the way, the oranges are so refreshing! We stay and talk for about a hour after dinner about Morocco, art and Canada and feel very welcome in their home. It was a fantastic night! The family gives us a little drum to ...

First Night in Africa, Tetouan, Morocco travel blog

First Night in Africa

A travel blog entry by bradmccartney

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... 47 Euros on the meal so quite under budget. After the big shop it was the hustle and bustle of the border crossing into Morocco. I had purchased several litres of rum and red wine for the journey. The wine only cost 65c per litre making it cheaper than ...

Rabat, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Rabat

A travel blog entry by jpbigan

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Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

Casablanca

A travel blog entry by jpbigan

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Casablanca et sa fameuse mosquée Hassan ...

Day 4 - Wednesday, April 23, 2003, Agadir, Morocco travel blog

Day 4 - Wednesday, April 23, 2003

A travel blog entry by babygirl_80

... Moroccan family's home, whose uncle had died. They served us Moroccan pancakes, lots of sweets, and hot milk with coffee. A custom in Morocco is to have a pair of outside shoes and a pair of house slippers. Once inside, you slip off the outside shoes and ...

A day of wetness!, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

A day of wetness!

A travel blog entry by suzy-q

Saturday was our last full day in Morocco.  Cynth, Dee & I decided to do a day trip to Essouira which is a small town on the west coast a few hours from Marrakesh, well known for beaches, surfing and being a chilled out town.  We bought a ...

The Whole Sahara..............., Zagora, Morocco travel blog

The Whole Sahara...............

A travel blog entry by morocco-reed

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... is a hotel that has telescopes on their rooftop so you can see the stars. Sahara Sky has the most expensive telescope in Morocco. We learned about some new constellations, saw baby stars, a couple Nebulas and some other moons. Hope You Enjoyed It!!!!! ...

Our Moroccan Adventure, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Our Moroccan Adventure

A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis

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... our eight day tour by the beginning of March and it was a great way to see the country in a relaxed, organised way. Morocco is such a different place and the scenery is both beautiful, and constantly changing. The people are so welcoming and lovely, and ...

Rissani and the edge of Sahara, Rissani and Erfoud, Morocco travel blog

Rissani and the edge of Sahara

A travel blog entry by catmoj

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... growing each year, spreading outwards and threatening to engulf small communities on its perimeter. The water table in southern Morocco has dropped because of a dam that was built. The positives of technology for the urban masses have negatively impacted ...

Windy City, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

Windy City

A travel blog entry by segacs

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I used to think that Chicago was the Windy City. That was before I got to Essaouira. This coastal city is known for kite surfing for a reason, let's just put it that way. After a day of walking around, I think I had more sand in my hair than there is in ...

Visite et Départ de Meknès, Meknes, Morocco travel blog

Visite et Départ de Meknès

A travel blog entry by jpbigan

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Ce matin visite de la ville impériale, mais avant, vérification du fonctionnement du blog. Ce soir, finalement tout marche! Nous avons ajouté des photos très culturelles pour ceux qui commencent à médire sur nos occupations de voyageurs. En ...

Marrakech - Welcome to Hell, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakech - Welcome to Hell

A travel blog entry by waynedale

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... establishment, at least we were away from being hassled for a short moment.  I suggested we go and see another part of Morocco and we both decided that Essaouria would be a good idea as it's on the coast. Not exactly beach weather (19 degrees) but ...

Africa, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Africa

A travel blog entry by maya.musick

Shanti and I have been in Morocco for eight days now. For those of you who don't know we are staying with our Moroccan friend Adil. We spent the last two days in Fez, the oldest medieval city in the world. We had such an amazing time wandering the narrow ...

The Camel Experience, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

The Camel Experience

A travel blog entry by pharpas

Hahaha... everyone laughed at Veeral. Poor guy was thrown off his camel. The camel slipped in the soft sand and tipped to one side... forcing him to jump off. I didnt see it happen. I was totally last in the 'camel train' - thats why i named my camel ...

Ifrane: A breath of fresh air, Ifrane, Morocco travel blog

Ifrane: A breath of fresh air

A travel blog entry by corinneconley

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... , and a lot of fun!  The architecture is Swiss, so you feel like you just transported thousands of miles away from Morocco.  We went up into the mountains where they have macaque monkeys.  Through many years of tourism the monkeys feel ...

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