Do as I say, don’t do as I do. Because no matter how sparsely I pack, I still bring too much. It is completely feasible to travel through Morocco for 10 days during the warm season with just a couple … Continue reading
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People ask all the time what it is about Morocco that keeps me going back. The first time I visited I just wanted to see it. Just the sound of the names of the major cities intrigued me: Cassablanca. Marrakech. … Continue reading
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The views are stunning. Climbing to the top of an ancient Kasbah allows a panoramic that provides a look back in time. Aït Benhaddou, is located along the historic caravan route between the Sahara and…