All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Morocco’

Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah Andrew Forbes 11

Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – UNESCO fortified city, Morocco

I’m just back from a trip to Morocco. I will be doing some press features and will also post material …

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‘From Beatniks to Berbers’ – Discovering Tangier

The vintage cream Mercedes ‘Grand Taxi’ idles up the steep, narrow lane from the port towards the Medina. This short …

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Within grasp but out of reach…

…photos of the sunset tonight. Africa and Gibraltar seem sooo close.   1 person likes this post. Like Unlike

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Demeures d’Orient – Marrakesh Hotel Review

A tantalisingly sweet aroma fills the room as Moummay carries in the large earthenware tajine of succulent, slow cooked lamb, …

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Andalucia now has its own airline, Andalus – which is offering direct flights domestically and internationally. We took the new …

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Chefchaouen, Chefchoen, Chaouen, Chauen, Xauen, Morocco

Twinned with Ronda, in Malaga province, Chefchaouen (or Chauen as the Spaniards call it), is a small mountain village in …

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A little Moorish…a visit to Fez, in Morocco

At a time when Spain, like much of the EU struggles to formulate and execute effective policies to deal with …

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Travelling across North Africa with lemon scented wet wipes

You know those “refreshing lemon towlettes” or “toallita de limon” one sometimes gets in homespun restaurants, to freshen up after …

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