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Weekly Photo Challenge: Optimistic - Hoping For a Beer Later

Morocco is a Muslim country so getting a drink is sometimes difficult.  Just look how uninviting those tables look all set out for lunch time customers. 80 more words

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Kasbah Bab Ourika

The plan had been to do some walking in the Ourika Valley and Atlas Mountains, but because of my unfortunate accident in Essaouira (see here… 48 more words

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1 day Excursion from Marrakech to Ourika valley

Approximately thirty kilometres from the Imperial City of Marrakech, and spreading between the first foothills of the Atlas Mountains, the Ourika Valley is one of the most beautiful and best preserved valleys in Morocco. 49 more words

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Saffron harvest in the Ourika Valley

Once in awhile a break from routine is necessary.

On this day out in the Ourika Valley that’s just what we did. We wandered amongst the gardens and saffron crocus fields.  194 more words

Why Morocco?

Flashback Friday: Morocco 2015

Now that winter is in full swing, I feel like it’s the perfect time for a little summertime reflection. This summer, my sister and I took a trip to Marrakech in Morocco and had an unforgettably wonderful time full of natures finest experiences and encounters, check out the gallery and take a walk with me down memory lane as I relive my favourite Moroccan moments.  168 more words

Just back from: Ourika Valley

It was one of those weekends where I worked all week so I could kick back and relax all weekend. One of those weekends where I didn’t want to have any plans once I reached my destination. 129 more words

Why Morocco?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beneath Your Feet

… I say terrified because to cross this swaying, rotting foot bridge required Indiana Jones type nerves of steel.  Some of the planks of wood were missing and the steel rope that held it all together was rusty and corroded.  78 more words

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