Travel Blogs from Morocco

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Eventful weekend, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Eventful weekend

A travel blog entry by soulflexin

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... states...in north africa...and you're eating at McDonalds..." well yes but only because it is a completely different culture being in Morocco and Macky D's here is THE cool place to hang out and eat, apparently especially on saturday nights. All of the ...

Trip to the sandbox, Ouarzazate, Morocco travel blog

Trip to the sandbox

A travel blog entry by soulflexin

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Night bus from Ifrane to Marrakech. Day bus (insane driving across the Atlas Mountain region) to Ouarzazate. Stayed in 3mad's aunt's RESORT. Woot. Then proceeded to rent a jeep and ...

[Update] Through to Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

[Update] Through to Marrakech

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

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It's going to be a long 8 hours train ride to Marrakech tomorrow morning. Apparently the scenery is also fairly boring so will have a fair bit of time to catch up on planning our next ...

A right royal dead good day, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

A right royal dead good day

A travel blog entry by twovines

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Today we get to grips with the local bus system. It turns out to be very easy with a flat rate fare of 4 Dh ... Just under 40p wherever you want to get on or off. We locate the bus stop at the end of our road and off we go... Much less hassle than ...

Essaouira, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

Essaouira

A travel blog entry by veroyjorge

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A short visit to Safi, Safi, Morocco travel blog

A short visit to Safi

A travel blog entry by yorron

Safi is charming Oceanside town with a huge factory obstructing a serious part of the ocean view. Known for its pottery it features a lovely Medina (walled old city) with tiny alleys, pottery shops, fish sandwich stalls, and some of the most beautiful ...

Ifrane, Ifrane, Morocco travel blog

Ifrane

A travel blog entry by danacarlson

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No paranoia my friends, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

No paranoia my friends

A travel blog entry by goneforawhile

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... and discovering the town and having our first taste of Moroccan food, which we loved. Our two days here were a good introduction to Morocco, with a little bit of hustling, haggling and harassment by the locals, but all of it harmless. At first we were a ...

Arriving in Tangier, Tangier, Morocco travel blog

Arriving in Tangier

A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels

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... Tangier.  Much of the excitement we felt in arriving there came from our anticipation of the experiences we might have in Morocco.  Also, there was quite a different feeling as we exited the ferry terminal and joined the fray of people rushing ...

Arabian nights, Agdez, Morocco travel blog

Arabian nights

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip

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... many floors they will need. Farther out from the city the concrete and rebar changes to the mud brick style that defines the real Morocco. It wasn’t too long before all the construction we saw was in this style, and we would live among it for this ...

Desierto del Sahara, Ouarzazate, Morocco travel blog

Desierto del Sahara

A travel blog entry by veroyjorge

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Who Wants Some Moora?  Who Wants Some Moora?, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Who Wants Some Moora? Who Wants Some Moora?

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... best breakfast so far and we needed it before our long, long day. Marrakesh was founded by the Almoravids and is one of Morocco's imperial cities.  In fact, it’s the second oldest city in the country.  First stop on the tour this morning ...

Jan 24, 2014, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

Jan 24, 2014

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh

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Marrakech - The Authentic Tourist Friendly Morocco, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakech - The Authentic Tourist Friendly Morocco

A travel blog entry by rorywitt

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... , lunch, and a guide. The alternative was to just get transportation to the waterfalls for 250 Dirham ($30). I decided when in Morocco I had to ride a camel so people would think I was a local. Overall the trip was lackluster, and would recommend a group ...

Catching up with the crazy Kiwis, Tamraght Ouzdar, Morocco travel blog

Catching up with the crazy Kiwis

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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7th Atlantic Park We had a really stormy night last night and the day did not get much better. Kim tried to get in a boxing session but everytime she started it started to rain! No surf as the waves were just mush.  Mid afternoon we got a visit from ...

adjusting to casa, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

adjusting to casa

A travel blog entry by emilita

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I have had 2 days now to settle into life in casablanca (the 'new york of morrocco'). Although I was expecting culture shock, it is nothing like i anticipated here- rather than cosmopolitan and exotic, it is tumble down dirty and smelly. the french ...

The Grand Mosque on the Water, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

The Grand Mosque on the Water

A travel blog entry by danialw

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... is married to one woman, unlike almost every monarch in the Muslim world, and has only 2 children.      Morocco, partially as a result of their progressive king and also interaction with the French, have almost a model society when it ...

From the desert to the snow, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

From the desert to the snow

A travel blog entry by kusa

Hallo liebe Leser, ich habe wieder mal ein bisschen Zeit gefunden um ein paar Eindrücke von mir zu ...

The long way home!, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

The long way home!

A travel blog entry by suzy-q

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... , we couldn't do things the easy way!!!  A big thanks goes out to Thompson Fly for our 7 or so hour delay on our flight!!!  boy was I glad to get home that night, at one stage it looked like we were stuck in Morocco!!  enough ...

Kasbahs and movie stars, Ouarzazate and Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

Kasbahs and movie stars

A travel blog entry by suzy-q

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Ouarzazate is a city that does well out of the movie industry, it has a large movie studio, Atlas Studios.  The areas surrounding the town, including the kasbah Ait Benhaddou, have been used for many films over the years including Lawrence of ...

Don't flush the toilet paper!, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

Don't flush the toilet paper!

A travel blog entry by cleo2471

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Salaamu Lekum, Not a lot to report for today - it was pretty laid back with time to relax.  We had orientation this morning, which included a scavenger hunt around the neighborhood.  We split into groups and had to go find places and ...

Respect in the Form of a Sheep Head, Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Respect in the Form of a Sheep Head

A travel blog entry by paulandmel

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Marrakech is the most cosmopolitan and developed city in Morocco. It is populated by the Moroccan elite, French retirees and celebrities. Marrakech has all of the usual suspects: a massive medina, a sprawling ville nouvelle and a luxurious palmerie ...

Marrakech - no I don't need a carpet..., Marrakech, Morocco travel blog

Marrakech - no I don't need a carpet...

A travel blog entry by richlum

Marrakech photos here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=168726&id=613699523&l=414c40d7ac Stupid Pisa airport closes from 1am- 4am and they kick everyone out and make them stand in the cold for 3 hours and then let everyone back in at 4am. ...

Essaouira - first touch of the Atlantic Ocean!, Essaouira, Morocco travel blog

Essaouira - first touch of the Atlantic Ocean!

A travel blog entry by richlum

... stalls and see which one has the best looking fish and then choose the fish or seafood that you want and like everything in Morocco start bargaining on the price for your lunch. Walked up onto the ramparts which had some good views and then checkout out ...

El Jadid,  Morocco, Casablanca, Morocco travel blog

El Jadid, Morocco

A travel blog entry by amazingone

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... to unusual conversations in 1/3 Arabic 1/3 English and 1/3 mime  . They were part of a large group visiting Marakesh in Morocco for a weeks holiday. (Wives obviously at home looking after the kids I guess).  As I have travelled  around ...

Moroccan highlands, Chefchaouen, Morocco travel blog

Moroccan highlands

A travel blog entry by jbaxter

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After our overnight in Tangier we got a 3 hour bus south to a mountain town named Chefchaouen. It's only 40-odd thousand people but doesn't lack the intensity of Tangier. Again the medina was crammed full of shops and people. Most buildings in the medina ...

Morocco Surf and Tagines!, Taghazout, Morocco travel blog

Morocco Surf and Tagines!

A travel blog entry by steveandjenna

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Marrakesh, Marrakesh, Morocco travel blog

Marrakesh

A travel blog entry by glenn_christie

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... restored and was very impressive how the rich used to live. These type of places are now being restored all over Morocco by investors buying them and renovating them for luxury tourist accommodation. Winding our way back through the souqs, we again ...

It was a long week, Rabat, Morocco travel blog

It was a long week

A travel blog entry by thenewlyweds

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Tuesday was more laying around though we were beginning to feel better. Guillaume found a super market and we got ourselves some food to make in the apartment. We really did nothing all day, but we changed from drinking the tap water to only bottled ...

Chefchouen, Chefchouen, Morocco travel blog

Chefchouen

A travel blog entry by hippler

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I met a young backpacking couple on the bus to the border.  They were from York, England and were part of a university program that encouraged students to hitchhike their way to Marrakesh once a year as part of a fundraiser.  Sponsors pay ...

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