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Travel Blogs from Settat

Another day in Morocco

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

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We had a nice sleep in this morning and then walked towards the mosque where there was meant to be a big Bazar being held. It looked like they were still setting up, which was disappointing because this was our last day in Morocco. We decided we would go to the markets instead and look for something to eat. A lady came up to me and asked me if I wanted to have some henna done. I stopped to look through her book and when I asked her 'How much?' she rolled her eyes and grabbed my arm and ...

Other towns: Dry Farmtown

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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True date: July 13, 2008

12 hours, 6.3 kms



Ben Ahmed is situated on a hilltop with a panoramic view of the stark countryside around. It has a couple of distinctly beautiful mosques and a nice little park in the center of town--but mainly it's a farmer's market town where rugged, weary village folks come in--mainly on horse and donkey carts ...

Other towns: Meeting a guy from Denver

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... from North Morocco--by your accent..." He exclaims...

I consider that a very big compliment.

We head out across the rolling emerald hills to a picturesque little town far from any of the main roads. El Gara feels very disconnected--a world all to itself... I wander through its back streets greeted by its friendly residents... I play some music in its ...

Other towns: Insane Asylum Town

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... town. There's an enormous park/plaza that stretches from one end of town to the other. In the center there's a statue of a head of grain which looks like quite a unique backdrop for my clip. A couple of groups of young fellows hang around a bit to listen...

Once I head to the side streets, I get the odd impression that folks here have never seen a foreigner before... children point and ...

Other Towns: Middle of Nowhere

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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True date July 27, 2008

7 hours, 2.6 kms



Bir Jdid was too quick--decide to find someplace off the beaten track to round out my weekend trip.

"Jemaa Oulad Abou" seems to fit the description--so I set out to experience Moroccan travel off the beaten track.

It's a little different. For one thing, the rule is 6 passengers to a rural taxi. So I thought it odd that we head out with only 5. ...

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