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Warm Hearts and Roman Columns

Before heading off to Rabat from Meknes to sort out our Mauritanian Visa situation, we wanted to take a quick trip out to Moulay Idriss and Volubilis. Moulay Idriss is a town which is named after one of the most honoured saints in all of Morocco, who also happens to be the creator of the [...]

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Friday is Couscous Day-Cookin’ in Meknes!

  Skott and I took a liking to Meknes as soon as we arrived. It is a lively city, which I was eager for after several days of intense chillin’ in Chefchaouen, but still several notches calmer than it’s crazy next-door neighbour, Fes. We arrived as the sun was setting so it worked out well [...]

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Chefchauoen, Morocco – Our Funky Cold Medina

Seriously, am I the only person that remembers this song? Anyways, enough Tone Loc – let’s move on! In Morocco, Medinas refer to the Arabic part of the city. To the best of my knowledge, basically every city will have a Medina and a Ville Nouvelle which is the newer, French part of the city. [...]

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Calm to Chaos in Morocco-Part Two

PART TWO-CHAOS As we moved on from Tangier to Fes, our guidebook warned “even if you felt you were getting to grips with Moroccan cities, Fes is bewildering”. This is precisely why we chose this city as our second destination in Morocco…in fact, we were considering slowing down a little and staying in what is [...]

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Calm to Chaos in Morocco-Part One

PART ONE-CALM When Skott and I were preparing for Morocco, we expected much more chaos and sensory overload than we had experienced during the European leg of our travels. We were ready for anything when we got off the plane in Tangier…but the airport was eerily quiet. We grabbed our bags and made arrangements with [...]

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