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  • Hashish Mountains of MoroccoSitting on the top of the southern bit of Europe, looking at Africa, I find myself without any real expectations going forward. [float=right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/396327/IMG_0411.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/396327/thumb_IM Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Mar 15, 2016
  • We've got the blues...Today (actual Monday) we were up and on our way to the bus station before we were fully awake. Which worked fine for a little bit of napping on the bus - and Nerissa also managed to do some work Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 14, 2016
  • Today is Sunday. Firstly, to explain today's title ... Nerissa was convinced for many hours today that it was in fact Monday, and thus bought return tickets from Chefchaoeun (in quite good French, if I do say so myself) for the wrong day. Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 13, 2016
  • 1200 kilometres laterSo Khalid tells us its 1200km from Marrakech to Fes via the desert. That's quite a long way!!! Our final day was mostly spent driving, and was mostly pretty chilly (or what Meg calls ridiculously cold) (the outside temperature started at Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 11, 2016
  • We came out smelling like roses ...Well we're back online after our little road trip, so now to update you on all the happenings! Wednesday began our road trip to Fes via the desert. We were collected from our Riad by our driver Khalid, who is from Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 11, 2016
  • Monday's Meanderings in MarrakechAfter another long sleep, lazy start and lovely breakfast, we headed out into the busyness of the world outside our Riad. First up we went back to the Palais Bahia where we finished our day yesterday, as we were ushered out Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 7, 2016
  • Marrakech MeanderingsOur first day in Marrakech was wonderful. We enjoyed breakfast in our wonderfully quiet Riad - a traditional home in which multiple floors of rooms encircle a central courtyard - this one with a small pool. The restoration is lovely, Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 7, 2016
  • Arrived. Rested. Ready. It's a long way to Morocco. We arrived all a-ok in Casablanca and made our weary way by train to Marrakech and our riad (which is quite sweet). This morning we're feeling more human after a great sleep and are Posted by Ssisters in March Meanderings | Mar 6, 2016
  • Tagines From Morocco Find Their Way To Us Dinner TablesTagines is one of the popular North African dishes consumed mostly in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. Also known as Tajine or mispronounced Tangines, this North African specialty has traveled all the way across the Atlantic to the kitchens in the Posted by TariqB in Morocco Tours | Feb 9, 2016
  • Marrakech Marrakech is a cool city. It is probably the main tourist hub of Morocco. Winston Churchill once said that, "Marrakesh is simply the nicest place on Earth to spend an afternoon." We stayed in the old part Posted by kgula in Kurt and Karly's Honeymoon | Jan 10, 2016
  • CasablancaOur Moroccan travels started in Casablanca. Our tickets had all North African flights routing first through Casablanca, so we figured we would check it out for a couple of days and spend New Year's eve there. Kurt found a great Posted by kgula in Kurt and Karly's Honeymoon | Jan 10, 2016
  • Morocco ToursStart And End In Casablanca Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat Our driver will meet you in the airprot of Casablanca and drive to Rabat In the way to the capital city you Posted by said koujout in http://moroccogifttours.com/ | Dec 19, 2015
  • Top 3 places to visit in Marrakech[i]Hi i’m Shane Dawson, you may know me from the famous youtube channel; Shane dawson TV or may have watched my movie ‘Not Cool’, but when it all come down to it, I am one for adventure, have teamed up Posted by Idanthedoo in Morocco Adventures | Dec 2, 2015
  • A Trip to Hassan II Mosque (Morocco)Since my last entry was about exploring Morocco’s nature, I was determined to visit a cultural and traditional part of Morocco today. Unlike my last time, I didn’t wake up early, instead I woke up around 10:15am as I Posted by helloitsme in My Experiences in Morocco | Dec 1, 2015
  • Exploring Morocco's Nature; Ouzoud WaterfallsThe next day, I went to escape the local Moroccan life and decided to explore more of Morocco’s nature as it is known for it’s high mountains in North Africa. I woke up quite early in order to have Posted by helloitsme in My Experiences in Morocco | Dec 1, 2015
  • A Look Through Marrakech MedinaThe first day in Morocco was somewhat a busy yet adventurous day. It was my first time in Morocco and Africa, and I was fairly excited for the things I was going to be surrounded by for the next Posted by helloitsme in My Experiences in Morocco | Nov 30, 2015
  • "See the Sahara and die"If you have ever dreamt of going to morocco, or thought you might stop over whilst visiting Spain, I must insist that you do whatever you can to make it so. However, I ask that you forget the cities and Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Nov 2, 2015
  • ChefchaouenThe Blue Jewel...Chefchaouen is a beautiful town situated on the side of Morocco's Rif Mountains. This town was founded in 1471 and served as a fortress for exiles from Spain. Nowadays, this beautiful blue town is the home of Berber Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Oct 13, 2015
  • Day 1 - Casablanca & the BurbsHaving issues with the processor on my tablet & unreliable connections - please visit www.Instagram. com/raincitygirl_travels for notes and photos until further notice. PLEASE subscribe to Kathi's blog in the interim - you'll love her humorous perspecti Posted by RainCityGirl in Morocco 2015 | Oct 9, 2015
  • Marrakech and EssaouiraFrom Aït Bennhaddou we headed towards Marrakech, where unfortunately, Moh's time with the group came to an end and he had to set off to Casablanca to start another tour. We had a delicious dinner in a fancy restaurant and Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Oct 5, 2015
  • El Khorbat Kasbah and Aït BenhaddouLeaving the desert, we headed for the Anti-Atlas, one of Morocco's many mountain ranges. There's a Middle Atlas and a High Atlas, also. At some point we stopped at a village called 'El Khorbat Kasbah', a Berber village that has Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Oct 4, 2015
  • The SaharaToday was one of our favourite days so far. After driving for a few hours from Midelt, stopping a couple of times to look at various sights, such as a fossil gathering shop, we arrived at the edge of the Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Oct 4, 2015
  • MideltToday was a very relaxed day. We left Fes for Midelt, driving towards Middle Atlas, with the passing landscape changing from towns to villages and then the occasional nomad camp. Often sheep, goats or cows lined the road whilst shepherds Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Sep 27, 2015
  • FesToday was spent walking around Fes, which was the capital city at some stage but it changed after the French occupied Morocco in 1912. After a quick breakfast, the group headed out with Moh to meet a local guide who Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Sep 23, 2015
  • Volubilis and MeknesToday we rose to a taditional breakfast of Moroccan pancakes, bread, mint tea, olives, butter and oil. Our tour guide, Mohammed, Moh for short, told as that in Morocco, breakfast is not a big meal, with bread and mint tea being Posted by Laurena and Sam in Food, Fun and Faraway | Sep 23, 2015
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