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  • Fantastic Fes Look at Morocco on a map. You could be forgiven for assuming that, being so close to Spain, Morocco would exhibit a strong European influence. Once you set Posted by remoteman in The Med and more | May 3, 2012
  • Couscous, Camel Rides, and Strong WomenThrough the trip agency I’m doing my internship for, a few friends and I decided to go on a planned trip to Morocco for the weekend a few weeks back. A change of pace from all of the weekend Posted by josh.pierce06 in Josh's European Adventures | Apr 9, 2012
  • The Marrakesh ExpressI realize it has been weeks since I've written, but with Tessy's visit (yeah shoutout Tess, come visit and YOU'LL get one too.. You know who you are) and our constant movement in the last month, it has been impossible Posted by reimstal in The Dusty Foot Philosopher | Apr 8, 2012
  • Unforgettable MarrakeshOh my goodness. Without a doubt, best trip so far. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Never before had I been in a culture so different from my own. I mean, Spain is definitely not Posted by taylorwolfson in Una Mesa En La Esquina, Por Favor | Mar 17, 2012
  • Into the Desert With No DessertToward the end of our trip to Morocco, Phil and I asked ourselves what was one thing you have to do when you're in Morocco. Avoid contracting tetanus. Then we asked ourselves what the second thing you have Posted by meesh123 in A Broad Abroad | Mar 15, 2012
  • A Fes of the HeartBefore Nils and I went to Turkey in 1996, I read a great book titled A Fez of the Heart. It tells of author Jeremy Seal's adventures as he tries to find out more about the significance of this Posted by clarkesabroad in The Clarke's Magical Mystery Tour | Mar 3, 2012
  • Maroc'n and Rollin' with Hassan and MohammedInsh'Allah - we learned this Arabic word from our great tour guides Hassan and Mohammed during our five day trip around the south of Morocco. Translated it means "God willing" and covers a multitude of situations..."we may make it Posted by clarkesabroad in The Clarke's Magical Mystery Tour | Feb 23, 2012
  • Maroc n' RollOur introduction of Marrakech started with lunch on a terrace café overlooking the controlled chaos that is Djemaa el Fna - the amazing open square in the centre of the medina. Max tasted his first of many delicious vegetable Posted by clarkesabroad in The Clarke's Magical Mystery Tour | Feb 8, 2012
  • 4 Feb - Tangier to AgadirNow the real fun begins...it's all Africa from here on, and things will likely slow down now...dealing with airport personnel, air traffic controllers, etc. We left Tangier for Agadir, with a fuel stop in Casablanca. Not much of interest to Posted by drewgagne in The Liberian Express | Feb 4, 2012
  • 3 Feb - Valencia to TangierWe got a good start out of Valencia, just in time because the temperatures were dropping as "the big European freeze" rolled into Spain. We enjoyed an uneventful flight and some really nice scenery on our way to Almeria, where Posted by drewgagne in The Liberian Express | Feb 4, 2012
  • MoroccoWow. What a trip is all I think I'll ever be able to really say about my 3 day trip in Morocco, but I want to share some of the experiences from the trip that have opened my eyes Posted by la vita bella in La Vita Bella | Dec 13, 2011
  • Heading Back to EuropeWell its almost time for me to head back up to Europe I would say to colder pastures, which I am sure they will be but let me just add where I have just been in Africa has not been Posted by seankeirnan in My Travels | Dec 3, 2011
  • Much movement in a little timeMadrid is a very busy city with 4 million people. Firstly I must say if you are staying in Madrid be prepared with your own map as the city maps handed out by hotels etc are more confusing than anything Posted by seankeirnan in My Travels | Nov 28, 2011
  • 16 MoroccoWe were excited to be heading for Morocco - not only because it promised people, cities and scenery quite different to what we had experienced so far in Europe, but we were also "chucking a Uie" and heading back to Posted by StevenCarol11 in Steven and Carol | Oct 27, 2011
  • Asilah, small town MoroccoAsilah, Saturday August 29th Rather than zoom all the way to Tangier from Fez, a five hour trip, then catch our ferry to Algeciras and then on to Lourdes and Huseyn’s place all in one long day, we decided to take Posted by teamkarim in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents | Oct 31, 2011
  • Fes, and the politics of restaurantingFriday, October 28th On the train from Fes to Asilah, a town one hour south of Tangier. Sampling the local cuisine by eating out hasn’t been one of the main foci of our trip, mainly because in any Eurozone country it’s just Posted by teamkarim in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents | Oct 30, 2011
  • FesFes, Thursday October 27th The medina in Fes is surely one of the closest experiences on earth to being inside a living medieval city. Although there are obvious modern conveniences, such as electricity and flushing toilets, the daily existence and way Posted by teamkarim in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents | Oct 30, 2011
  • Marrakech, a Sunny viewSunny, October 25th Marrakesh: imagine walking down a skinny, winding street. now imagine some motos whizzing within inches of you, some of the drivers boys no older than eleven. a Posted by teamkarim in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents | Oct 27, 2011
  • Marrakech, and the sublime Place Jemaa El FnaSunday October 23rd Marrakech. Culture shock? Well, we’ve been in many different cultures, and certainly this one is very different. Our memory of Morocco twenty years ago summarises like so ... We arrive in Tangiers by ferry from Spain. We are i Posted by teamkarim in 3 months, 4 (technically) continents | Oct 24, 2011
  • The last week in a nutshellSo much has happened in the last week, sorry for the being so slack, but im without laptop now and computers are usually pretty useless in these places. Just after i last blogged we went out for dinner and drinks Posted by Shazzy Morison in Where's Shazzy? | Sep 7, 2011
  • The Cheeky Seventh Continent OK, when I say ‘cheeky’ well before I get any grief, so I tagged on this stopover to Morocco so that I could complete my missio Posted by Spinky in Wherever I May Roam | Sep 3, 2011
  • Bizarre TangierI hesitate to post this picture because it does not in any way capture the crazy, crowded, odorous, strange, and foreign place we found in visiting Tangier, Morocco. We stayed at a very nice hotel and we had a very Posted by Pelham Family in The Pelham Adventure | Aug 22, 2011
  • Moroccan Finale===Sunday 14-2-65=== Early this morning we left Matmora and went down to Tlemcen with our friend Mahomet. We found few cars going towards Morocco and after getting only about half the distance by hitching we took a bus the rest of Posted by Ozac in Shoestring Road | Jul 14, 2011
  • Morocco Hello everyone, We finished our 10 day tour of Morocco and came away very impressed. This was our first organized tour of the trip and we were lucky enough to have a small group of only 12 pleasant fellow travelling companions Posted by pmalcomson in Where in the World are Philip &Tatiana? | Jul 8, 2011
  • 3 countries in 1 day! Sorry for the delay in blogging. Today was one of our longest tourist days yet. From 5 am till midnight we were touring! We are staying in a small beach town in southern Spain, closest to Malaga. We drove Posted by ryanober1 in All Ober the Globe | Jul 5, 2011
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