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Morocco: a country orth seeing

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1. Posted by singwithme (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y

The sun has rised upon the heaven, the utopia that gives free riens to the mind, the pardise that let the spirits fly away, the breeze that breaks down the bars, the smell that drives away suffocation, the sight-seeing that fascinate the eye, the history that enthreals the heart, the sand-dunes that give warmth to the body, the glomorous beaches that let the spirit become the only dreamer.These are few discriptions to my country Morocco.His history is deeply rooted, His people are absolutly kind, His weather is typically fine.Come to cherish the beauty

2. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 8y

Quoting singwithme

The sun has rised upon the heaven, the utopia that gives free riens to the mind, the pardise that let the spirits fly away, the breeze that breaks down the bars, the smell that drives away suffocation, the sight-seeing that fascinate the eye, the history that enthreals the heart, the sand-dunes that give warmth to the body, the glomorous beaches that let the spirit become the only dreamer.These are few discriptions to my country Morocco.His history is deeply rooted, His people are absolutly kind, His weather is typically fine.Come to cherish the beauty

Marroco is truly awesome. Went there once, going there again for sure;)
What is the best place for sanddunes? Erg Chebbi right?

[ Edit: Edited on Jun 26, 2008, at 5:22 AM by wouterrr ]

3. Posted by baluba (Respected Member 407 posts) 8y

I am off there too at end of July and reeeeeaaaallly excited!
However, going to Erg Chigaga fr the dunes...hope they are as good as Chebbi!

4. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 8y

Quoting baluba

I am off there too at end of July and reeeeeaaaallly excited!
However, going to Erg Chigaga fr the dunes...hope they are as good as Chebbi!

Oh, no worries baluba. Marocco is fantastic. The only thing i missed was the sheesha (waterpipe). Strangely enough the sheesha is not really popular in Marocco (as like for example in Egypt).

5. Posted by Helen101 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y

Hi
My boyfriend and myself are flying to Agadir from England in Sept, we are planning to hire a car and drive around. Any advice re car hire - would we be best to pre book over the net - also tips for general travel, finding cheap and cheerful places to stay along the route, any best places not to miss...etc..etc..the list is endless!!!! Any thoughts would be much appreciated...really looking forward to it!!

Thanks Helen

6. Posted by baluba (Respected Member 407 posts) 8y

Can anyone tell me what is the best currency to take? Lonely planet seems to favour euros whils I have also been told that local currency is better???
Also been told that waiters etc. like to be tipped in british money, even coins. Surely this cannot be true????

One more thing, can anyone reccommend a good guide or company to go into Erg Chigaga on camels for about 5 days? Dont really want to go to one of these touristy camps, would rather stay with locals, or as close to as possible.
Should I book in Marrakesh/Zagora or Mohammed????
Ta!

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8. Posted by guide.khal (Budding Member 9 posts) 8y

Hello friend ! i hope that my message is still valid !

well, i have some kind people for you ! you will be surprised by the kindness of these people as soon as you get to them!!

sure they will ensure thje over all successful of your operation in morocco !

i am here to help any time.

Travelling : it leaves you speechless, and then it turns you into a story teller !

9. Posted by guide.khal (Budding Member 9 posts) 8y

Quoting Helen101

Hi
My boyfriend and myself are flying to Agadir from England in Sept, we are planning to hire a car and drive around. Any advice re car hire - would we be best to pre book over the net - also tips for general travel, finding cheap and cheerful places to stay along the route, any best places not to miss...etc..etc..the list is endless!!!! Any thoughts would be much appreciated...really looking forward to it!!

Thanks Helen

Hello.
Your idea is ok ! but why exactly hiring a car ? if you want only to stay in agadir, it's bette to use local taxis ! cheaper than cars !
but if you want to hop on other places, it is very lovely to rent a car, they are very cheap only 400 dh a day for good one.

for more info, iam listenning to you!