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Essaouira Beach, Essaouira, MoroccoEssaouira BeachEssaouira, MoroccoGolden hour in Diabat, what you see in the horizon are the ruins of an old castle. Amazing place, full of magic. #magic #golden #silhouette...Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, MoroccoHassan II MosqueCasablanca, MoroccoThe second largest mosque in the world justifies the trip to Casablanca. It's a beautiful & peaceful place, built over the water, and is one of the...Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, Aït Benhaddou, MoroccoKsar Ait Ben HaddouAït Benhaddou, MoroccoCamels by the side near Aït Benhaddou in Morocco. #camels #morocco #aitbenhaddouChefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoGet lost in the medina of Chefchaouen in northern Morocco. Anywhere you end up is gorgeous, and the atmosphere is much more laid back than Fez or...Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoIt's a bit out of the way, but the detour to Chefchaouen in Northern Morocco is definitely worth it. The medina of this lovely mountain town is...Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoChefchaouen, Morocco is a town that cannot be missed. The entire medina is painted in various shades of blue, a color that is supposed to keep away...Chouara Tannery, Fes, MoroccoChouara TanneryFes, MoroccoA view of the open air famous tanneries in Fes from a terrace of a leather shop. On your way there, be prepared to be touted by solicitors asking...Sidi Moussa, Fes, MoroccoSidi MoussaFes, Morocco#troveon The tanneries of Fes are known far and wide as this city is the leather capital of Morocco. Your nose will know you are there first due to...Fes, MoroccoFesMoroccoOverlooking the medina in FesTanneries Chouara, Fes, MoroccoTanneries ChouaraFes, MoroccoRudyard Kipling said “The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.” No where is this more true than the Tanneries at Fes.Fes, Morocco, Fes, MoroccoFes, MoroccoFes, MoroccoComing out of a Madrasah in Fez.Royal Palace, Fez, Morocco, Fes, MoroccoRoyal Palace, Fez, MoroccoFes, MoroccoOne of the main doors into the Royal Palace in Fez. These doors are very intricately detailed and one of our favorite in Fez. Be sure not to take...Fes, MoroccoFesMoroccoFes Medina, you just know you are going to get lost - but isn't that half the fun? http://theamateuradventurer.com/fes-a-sensory-overload/Merzouga, MoroccoMerzougaMoroccoThe Sahara is special - the dunes change color depending on lighting, and the desert sky is strewn with thousands and thousands of stars at night.Sahara, Merzouga, MoroccoSaharaMerzouga, MoroccoEarly morning camel ride in the Sahara.Merzouga, MoroccoMerzougaMoroccoI probaby shouldn't go down random holes in the ground in a strange country…but I was curious!Erg Chebbi Dunes, Sahara Desert, Morocco, Merzouga, MoroccoErg Chebbi Dunes, Sahara Desert, MoroccoMerzouga, MoroccoEnjoying a sunrise in Erg Chebbi #moroccoAgadir, MoroccoAgadirMorocco#TroveOn Men working in Agadir's port. Be sure to stop by to see this.Ziz  Oasis, Meknès-Tafilalet, MoroccoZiz OasisMeknès-Tafilalet, MoroccoDriving through Morocco, the seemingly desolate looking landscape is punctuated by mudbrick villages and oases of green.Rissani, MoroccoRissaniMoroccoRissani was our starting point for our desert adventure. As we left the town behind, the only thing in front of us was sand and nomads tents....
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