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Morocco Norte

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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So, after my Surfstravaganza in Taghazout (under pressure I bet you'd be hard pressed to decide which of those two words I just made up) and not so surprising illness that followed, I dragged my weary self in to Agadir and onto a bus bound for giant chaotic Marrakesh, feeling not quite as nauseous yet still unable to eat and, I believed at the time …

How Many Camels is Mary Worth?

A travel blog entry by pwong


Up at 6:45 ... restless ... and couldn't really fall back asleep, instead briefly drifting in and out of slumber. After breakfast, off to the bus station - they have a very backwards way of registering baggage here. First, you line up and have an attendant weigh the bag and then you line up to pay for it. After paying they give you a tag to put on …

Light blue in the mountains

A travel blog entry by brians_trip

... haven't experienced and the mountains of northern Morocco were in the background, not to mention wonderful people.

Chefchaouen is a town in the mountains known for numerous light blue buildings that offer a very scenic view. We explored the Medina and looked around the stores and walked in a few. There was one store with a great deal of incense and spices, some of it was hanging from the roof, it was really cool to see. ...

[Highlights] Chefchaouen

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

... May it be tagine, some skewers, coconut or honey sweets at a small shop in the medina or mint tea in a cafe, food has been amazing and we're hoping rest of morocco also delivers in this department.

3. The locals - clearly morocco doesn't get many Indian visitors because people here were fascinated that an Indian couple had come to visit their country. While walking by they would say 'are you Indian'? and then say 'welcome to our country' and then start talking ...

I'm Blue da ba dee

A travel blog entry by travelsofmary


... I will probably not go back.

Now Cueta, that is another story. Oh. My. Gosh. Traveling to Cueta was the weirdest experience I've ever had. But before I explain why, some background information will be needed. Cueta is a Spanish city on the north coast of Africa, bordering Morocco on the west, which meant that we had to cross a border and go through immigration. When I asked Sarah (a CIEE employee) what the border was going to be like, she said one ...

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