Directions- A Travelers Journey Across Morocco

At night the crowded streets of Morocco come alive with sacred snake charmers, storytellers that have you at the edge of your seat, fortune tellers and flame swallowers. In the midst of the day there is a similar hustle through the maze of marketplaces. For travelers interested in planning a trip to Morocco you may be worried how to make your way around such a lively place.  See how recent traveler, Lizzi Thompson of Bristol, wandered through the bustling city towns:

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Favorite thing about Morocco…

“The pictures of the blue buildings and the green countryside are both in a tiny city in the Rif mountains called Chefchaouen. The city is very isolated and bustling with locals in the day, but at night it is completely silent except for the call to prayer. One of my favorite things about the trip, aside from the food was sleeping on the rooftops.”

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Food…

“The food was delicious. As a vegetarian I loved the roasted vegetables served with tagines of slowly cooked and seasoned couscous as well as lentil and bean stews. Dried fruit, nuts and sweet pastries were  available from all the markets. Numerous orange juice vendors were selling massive glasses of freshly squeezed orange juice for 3 Dirham (about 50 cents). When we came back we were healthier than ever!”

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