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Morocco

You all know about the magnificent Sahara desert and all the customs and traditions beholden to it, but did you know about the lush green Riff mountains? The stunning blue medieval city of Chefchaouen? The first university in the world? The Spanish enclaves? We could go on - and well, we do: check out all of our Morocco posts below!

Gallivanting in Grand Taxis to Tinghir & Todra Gorge

The sun is beating down, sand wisps across the empty road, we’re in the desert, in Merzouga. We’re on the way to Tinghir where we’ve rented a private room for the night. Tinghir is the home to one of the most famous spectacles of nature in Morocco, Todra Gorge. Not to mention a vast oasis […]

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Merzouga: The Gateway to the Sahara Desert

Merzouga, synonymous with the Sahara desert in Morocco. It’s the gateway. The Sahara Desert is every traveller’s dream, representing the ultimate adventure in an environment seemingly too hostile to support life. However, humans have defied the laws of nature for thousands of years and life has flourished in these hostile lands. We travelled over mountains, […]

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Wild and without a map: Getting lost in the labyrinth of Fez

Fez. A truly crazy place. Situated in the mountains and desert of Morocco. It contains the worlds largest Medina, and while it can be very intimidating, it’s also wildly rewarding considering the architecture, the smells, the food, the characters and the colours. Fez is a drug, a stimulant, it’s the volume turned up to 11. […]

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Chefchaouen: The Pearl of Morocco

Welcome to Chefchaouen, one of the, if not the, most mesmerising cities we’ve ever visited. A city high in the Riff mountains of Morocco with a winding Medina where every house is painted a shade of blue. It sounds kitschy but the result is a piece of paradise, a sort of heaven on earth. Truthfully, […]

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Wild and without Europe: From Spain to Morocco, Africa

We’re on the train to Algeciras having just departed the magnificent Ronda after a whirlwind romantic few days. It’s our final hours in Europe as we progress to our ultimate goal of Africa. Spain to Morocco. Originally, when we were in the planning stages of this whole hitchhiking adventure we toyed with the idea of […]

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