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Leaving Marrakech earlier than planned

April 23, 20112 Comments

So Marrakech, I am afraid we did not get one too well did we? Here’s why … The Hotel As I mentioned in the last update, we had decided to try and treat ourselves to a bit of luxury after all of our Riad value hotels so far and booked in to the Hotel Atlas […]

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Morocco: Taking it Easy in Essaouira

April 20, 20111 Comment

Time to Leave Essaouira Essaouira has left a very pleasant taste of morocco swirling about our taste buds, after our time staying in this charming Moroccan seaside destination.  We are ready to move on again. We have with us the taste of the food, especially the fish, and the pastilla which I think I will […]

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Enjoying our Essaouira Experience – Backpacking Morocco

April 18, 20110 Comments

What does our visit to Essaouira bring us? Sea, sand, seagulls, more great food, an epic hunt for the only off licence in the village, a town layout you can navigate without a guide and a tale of two properties that’s what. For the more energetic there are plenty of water-sports including windsurfing to keep you busy. […]

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Morocco: Felicitations Fes – or is it Fez?

April 14, 20112 Comments

Forward to Fes We parted company last time on our journey to Fes, is it really only a couple of days since we got off that bus, it seems like an eternity? Fes is also known as Fez, but we just think of the silly hats every time we write it, so will refer to […]

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Chefchaouen Backpacking in Morocco

April 12, 20110 Comments

Our Backpacking Trip to Morocco starts in Chefchaouen Chefchaouen (or Chaouen as we fondly refer to this place) was as gentle introduction to Morocco as we had expected. It’s a beautiful town teetering on the edge of one of the Rif mountains, whose name escapes me for the moment. It has an interesting history in […]

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