I’ve refrained from most graphic descriptions, but this post is not for the squeamish. Along with the good, there are some ugly parts of travel. I’m talking about the reality today. * * * With all the traveling I do, it’s a wonder I don’t get sick more often. Airplane cabins are a breeding ground for viruses and I never shy
Morocco is a country of contrasts. This suggested two week Morocco itinerary includes coastline, mountains, busy cities, and desert. Regardless of where you are, one thing’s for sure: Morocco is magical. Two Week Morocco Itinerary at a Glance Start in Marrakech for history, shopping, and architecture plus a day trip to coastal Essaouira. From there, head through Ouarzazate, the Dades Valley, and Todra Gorge to spend a
Today marks one full month of staying in Richmond without going anywhere. No weekend camping trips, no weddings to attend, no business trips, and no getaways. I honestly can’t remember the last time this happened. (I can hear it now – woe is me!). Believe it or not, I’m tremendously happy about this. I even have two more weeks to go until I leave town again…unless, of course,
Picking a hotel should be a simple task, but I debate over the location, reviews, and value far too much. For Fes, I didn’t have to search hard because I got an awesome reader recommendation for Dar Seffarine. I immediately loved the idea of staying there, but almost didn’t book it because I was too lazy to call and make a reservation when I could easily
If you’re planning on heading to Morocco anytime soon, you need to wrap your head around staying at independent hotels. Sure, you’ll find a Holiday Inn far removed from the center of Marrakech and a few locations to test out your free Accor status, but that won’t get you everywhere in the country. In Morocco, a lot of towns and cities have nothing but independent
I could tell you about how interesting it is to arrive in Chefchaouen and hear Spanish being spoken after a week of only Arabic and French. I could tell you how uplifting it is to see women going about their day with unspoken confidence. I could tell you what a relief it was to be in a calm-inducing city after the chaotic bustle of Fes.
If you’re heading to Morocco, there’s almost too much information to narrow it down into an easy-to-use travel guide. This quick and dirty rundown will help you get a feel for the country before you go! Here’s what I think is important to know as a basic first step. Morocco Travel Guide How do I get there? The only nonstop flight from the USA right now
To be honest, I don’t actually remember how we decided on Morocco as our destination of choice for the big trip of the year…only that once we made up our mind on the destination, we weren’t willing to go somewhere different instead. In retrospect, that ended up being a big pain in the butt when trying to redeem American Airlines miles, my currency of choice