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Plan: A month in Morocco

Posted by daveb on February 4th, 2008

Q: What do you call a camel with three humps?
A: Humphrey.

A few days ago, I promised to let you in on our recently made travel plans. Here’s the first one: A month backpacker tour of Morocco, starting mid-March. In addition to a selection of the big cities, we’re also planning to “go wild” with some desert camping and mountain trekking experiences; one if these will involve a camel and the other, snow.

Neither Squiffy nor I have been to Morocco before, so this is the first country on our tour so far in which we’ll both arrive totally fresh (and clueless) — very exciting.


Comment from Beno
Time: February 6, 2008, 1:55 pm

Hi chaps! We are reading your blog, just too lazy to leave a comment or think of something witty
to say…;-)

Having spent a whole WEEK in Morocco, I am of course now an expert on the whole country and
your ideal guide to blending in perfectly with the locals. I know every local dialect, custom and
local beer.

I am looking forward to imparting a morsal of this priceless info to you in a few weeks time. Ta-ta
for now, or as they say in Morocco, “au revoir…”

Comment from daveb
Time: February 6, 2008, 7:12 pm

Look forward to that mate — you’re more qualified than us!

Comment from Chloe
Time: February 9, 2008, 8:19 pm

Morocco was on the Rough Guide Gems this week… recommending visiting Fez – out of the usual tourist remit… looked very medeival – and lots of big old stuff to see too.

Glad to read you are still very much enjoying yourself.

Comment from Fi
Time: February 16, 2008, 1:25 pm

I went to Fes in November 2006 and would say it was a must see in Morocco. I stayed in an amazing guest house in the old part of Fes which I would recommend as part of the whole experience. It has a roof top that has one of the best views of the city where you can sit and drink mint tea and take in the sounds and smells of the city. There is a dining room on the roof where a great breakfast is served.

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