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  • A Day TripObviously not a day trip from where I live in the South-east of England. I expect if it was a long enough day and you could get a flight into and out of Marrakesh on the same day that Posted by InvictaMoto in Morocco | Sep 16, 2020
  • A complete guide on traveling to MoroccoTravelling to Morocco is on many people’s bucket list, and for good reason. The country is a perfectly balanced mixture of traditional allure and modern means. The clash of green landscapes with the Sahara desert attracts millions of visitors every Posted by achrafyo in What should I know about | Sep 10, 2020
  • What should I know about traveling to Morocco?===Is it safe to travel to Morocco right now? === In truth, Morocco is a safe place to visit. There's only really small crime there (scams and pickpockets) and you're unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt as a tourist in the country. Morocco is sup Posted by achrafyo in What should I know about | Sep 10, 2020
  • An Iberian Exploration: MarrakechDespite our vigilance on the train we had little warning of our impending arrival in Marrakech. It was dark outside and we didn't realize we had pulled into the station until the train screeched to a halt. We rushed to Posted by zzlangerhans in Babies in backpacks | Aug 13, 2020
  • An Iberian Exploration: Tangier and FesThe mighty Mediterranean begins meekly enough at the Strait of Gibraltar, where only nine miles separate the continents of Europe and Africa. The shortest ferry departs from the small Spanish town of Tarifa and arrives in the Moroccan port of Posted by zzlangerhans in Babies in backpacks | Aug 5, 2020
  • Small changeEssaouira runs on small change. You need it for the taxis (7dh), for mint tea, a plate of lentils in a backstreet cafe, or any purchase from the many holes in the wall where life's essential supplies are sold. Change Posted by A Green Thought in The view from here | Nov 14, 2019
  • A Week in Magnificent Marrakesh, Part 2In [[https://arrrblog.travellerspoint.com/132/|Part 1]], you can read about our initial impressions of Marrakesh and how different it is from "home". It's those differences, and the amazing beauty of the place, that made us feel that we could have stayed Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Nov 9, 2019
  • Essaouira's taxisThere are no public transport buses in Essaouira. Instead, a shoal of light blue taxis dart around the city, weaving their way around horse drawn carriages, wonky mopeds, and men burnt to a crisp by the sun pushing luggage carts. Posted by A Green Thought in The view from here | Nov 9, 2019
  • A Week in Magnificent Marrakesh, Part 1Marrakesh has been on my bucket list for something like 30 years. I've long had a fascination with the colors, the furnishings, the food, and the romance of the place. I'm not sure how it started, probably on my first Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Nov 6, 2019
  • Tangier Morocco.....An interesting attraction buried deep in Tangier's ancient sprawling medina is the tomb of 14th century world traveller Ibn Battouta, difficult to find but with some determination and the help of informal directions painted on walls leading up to Posted by Bennytheball in Tangier Morocco..... | Oct 28, 2019
  • Morocco- country 28Day 1 Arrived late the night before and was up super easily to make the trip to Zagora and then off to the Sahara desert (can’t actually believe I will be able to tick this off my list). First stop is Posted by cjc43 in My best life | Aug 30, 2019
  • The Mausoleum of Sidi Kaouki.....I had visited this ancient Marabout shrine many times over the years, but this year was the first time I had been able to access the interior of the holy man's shrine and take some pictures, as the caretaker was Posted by Bennytheball in Essaouira Morocco.... | Jul 21, 2019
  • Essaouira, Morocco....I first noticed this Marabout shrine pinpointed on an official tourist office map at the far southern end of Tagharte town beach, off Boulevard Mohammed V, these ancient final resting places of famous Muslims elevated to sainthood (Sidi) in Posted by Bennytheball in Essaouira, Morocco.... | Jul 18, 2019
  • Ait Ben Haddou - Jewel of MoroccoAt the ksar of Ait Ben Haddou [Ait-Ben-Haddou-travel-guide-1074352] there is a list on display with movies filmed here, on it are movies like:Lawrence of Arabia (1962) Kundun Posted by Stefmuts in Travelling the movies | Jul 17, 2019
  • Why I Don’t Talk To StrangersDear all, I had an adventure of sorts walking home from Hamriya. As an American, I find it hard to walk down the street like a Moroccan: eyes down or straight ahead, no looking around, no eye contact, no reciprocation of Posted by LaurenGroeger in Letters Home | Jul 14, 2019
  • Greetings from Meknes, Morocco! Dear Friends and Family, Most of you have been given the basics of my trip this summer, but for those of you who have not, or who want more details, I'll summarize here. I am a Student at the University of Oklahoma, Posted by LaurenGroeger in Letters Home | Jul 13, 2019
  • Followed by camel ridingSlept well - phew! Then another long drive again but with various stops to break it up. Picnic on the beach and, yes more swimming. Beautiful scenery - I just can't believe how hilly it is and the winding long Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jul 5, 2019
  • Donkey ridingWe arrived at our very nice hotel, big secure gates balcony & long awaited outside pool. All the children wanted to do was swim!! Had buffet dinner there. The other 'family' group were the only other guests & on their second Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jul 5, 2019
  • Up, up and over the Tizi N'Test passI was awake at 5 am and because the window was wide open all (ALL) I could hear was the sound of the toads calling. It took me back many, many years to fieldwork in Arizona. We both had a Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jul 3, 2019
  • Off we goKeira couldn't sleep. Not sure if from excitement, apprehension or change in food but she was wide awake at 3am and sat out on our balcony reading her book until 5am - all by herself, while I slept!!! Let's just Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jul 2, 2019
  • Meeting our tour groupAfter freshening up in (Keira) / beside (me) the pool, where we met one lady and her son who were on our tour, we all gathered with our guide to go through the itinerary, safety, travel, what's included and what Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jul 2, 2019
  • Tour bus around marrakeshVery warm day but I would rather be in the pool, says little k, who happily splashed big K while she played. Walls covered with holes - made especially for the birds to nest in? Well no actua Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jun 30, 2019
  • Morocco By Tours Posted by MOROCCOBYTOURS in Morocco Private Tours | Jun 30, 2019
  • Time for the poolWent for a little walk in the coolness of morning then headed back to the hotel for a swim. Saw the amazing manmade walls of swallow nests, with birds swooping all around us …. pics to come :-) [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/980777/0cff9610-9b26- Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jun 30, 2019
  • First night DinnerWe managed to find something to feed upon - pizza for Keira and Chicken/lemon tagine for me. Hopefully we'll get some sleep as the hotel in on a busy road. Marrakech is a mad busy place. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/980777/large_WP_20190629_20_ Posted by ktocque in Morocco | Jun 29, 2019
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