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... the port. It is a perfect place for a speed trap so we drove extra cautiously. Sure enough, as we rounded the curve at the bottom, a uniformed officer waived us to the side of the road.
This one spoke English so the playing dumb routine wasn't going to work. He asked for the car's papers. They were in order. He asked for Dave's licence and it was in order. Then he looked over to me and said "your ...
...like being in a postcard
for quite a while I thought I was lost somewhere in a picture book about natural wonders. so unbelievably beautiful, quiet and peaceful landscapes i am allowed to pass through. a continuous feast for my beloved eyes.
but not only my eyes feel like they're in heaven, my other senses enjoy the fresh air, the clear spring waters and the all encompassing silence of morocco's mountains and deserts.
last but by ...
Overlanding Notes for Morocco
Fuel Costs (Diesel)
Cheapest fuel at Oil Libya 63p/litre . Most expensive fuel 67p/litre.
Easy to find.
Lots of them.
All prices for two people , Landy and roof tent for one night.
Asilah – camping available in car park by ...
Dear family, friends and other dogs
Our farewell to Morocco was said in the most magical and mysterious of sandy and rocky places, at Fort Bou Jerif. The journey there had an air of general fishiness.
Bronzed furless torsos with large flat boards in hand populated the area around Cap Rhir (I just need my two front paws and long nose to surf with) and then it was on to Agadir, the town with a potent aroma of fish ...
So my philosophy of take a brand new state of the art bike on a ride through Africa means you will have less mechanical hassle and more time for RNR has blown up in my face! The 20 year old Africa twin and the BMW 650 with 50 000km on the clock stand are being held back! Darius cracks on and head into the sahara as he still needs visas. Adrian stays with me and he's been great but ...