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    of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s most luxurious

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    a sign of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    a sign of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s most luxurious

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    a sign of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s most luxurious

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    a sign of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s

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  • Travel recap – a week in Morocco | PeterMarks.info
    a sign of life to be seen other than the woman I love and the two Moroccan kids smoking hash next to us It was a perfect moment I ll never forget and one that made the entire trip worthwhile Me and Kaitlin overlooking the summit of the dune A cat from our camp who followed a fellow hiker halfway up the dune the next morning Food The food was fine although nothing worth writing home about whoops The produce was very fresh as Morocco has a very diverse agricultural industry The salads and fruit juices were superb Kaitlin who is mostly vegetarian was able to get by pretty easily However there wasn t a lot of variety of local cuisine frequently resulting in a binary decision between the bland entrees of tangine and couscous As a serious breakfast person who eats eggs every day I was disappointed by the often stale sweet bread I was served everywhere I went I would excuse all of this if the food came at 2nd or 3rd world prices but Morocco charges 1st world prices for borderline 2nd world quality People This was the first Arabic country I visited and I wasn t sure what to expect for cultural norms especially regarding the role of women Kaitlin is an extremely outgoing person who loves connecting with people but other travelers advised her not to make eye contact with local men let alone converse with them Kaitlin promptly disregarded this advice upon arrival but was never penalized for it Everyone seemed happy to connect with both of us and discuss any subject ranging from Obama to Hicham El Guerrouj Links Marrakech photo gallery Erg Chegaga photo gallery Like this Like Loading Related About petermarks I m a programmer and music nerd in Portland OR View all posts by petermarks This entry was posted in Travel Bookmark the permalink The Spaceship 2 0 My presentation on Restkit 11 Responses to Travel recap a week in Morocco Elaine says July 3 2011 at 12 53 pm Amazing trip report with an excelent Photos here is our trip report as well we made excelent too we have had a wonderful 20 days in Morocco We ve traveled quite a bit in Europe Latin America and the Middle East and originally planned to do the trip on our own However after doing quite a bit of research we decided that our lack of language skills could make things difficult Also we were concerned that we d spend half the trip figuring out how to get from one town to the next and wanted to maximize our itinerary We are most definitely family group tour people so decided to go with a Moroccan based guide and I cannot imagine doing a first trip to Morocco any other way Youssef Boujouija at Zebra Adventures Travels Tours www zebraadventures com met us at the airport in Casablanca we took the nonstop Royal Air Maroc flight from NYC not the world s

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