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Morocco Itinerary: 14 Days Around The Country

Between the bustling medinas, the finger-licking good cuisine, and the impossibly photogenic landscapes, there’s no doubt Morocco is a country that has to be seen at least once in a lifetime. But while the enthralling, easy-on-the-eyes North African country is still rudimentary in many ways (limited Wi-Fi, virtually non-existent recycling, condescending mansplaining, oppressing vendors) it is still […]

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Instagram Guide to Morocco

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Traveling to Morocco was always a dream of mine. The traditional yet forward-thinking spirit of its inhabitants and the varied, changing landscapes have always been the object of my fascination, and it wasn’t until I actually set foot there that I truly understood what makes Morocco so special. My trip hasn’t gone without a few […]

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Fes: 5 Highlights For First-Time Visitors

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A lot of people warned me against Fes, despite it being one of the cities I was most looking forward to in Morocco. They said it was overrated and commercially-driven, in addition to being a hellhole for tourists. I quickly understood why: in just 24 hours I had my crossbody bag grabbed at more than […]

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Crazy Cat Lady Alert in Morocco

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Cat lovers, rejoice – I found Kitteh Paradise. It’s in Morocco. At first, I thought it was simply a coincidence. Perhaps the local inhabitants carried catnip, and that was the reason why there were so many cats around. But after two weeks in Morocco, I realized that either every single Moroccan is a feline magnet, […]

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The Blues of Chefchaouen

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Entering Chefchaouen is like walking into a dream. Wherever you’ve been in your travels, I can pretty much guarantee you’ve never seen anything like this before. An entire Medina – the core center of any North African city – awash in every single hue of blue known to mankind. Turquoise, aqua, cerulean, navy, you name […]

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