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From Marrakesh to Rabat

From Fez, we traveled through the High Atlas mountains on a two-lane, two-way highway to reach the city of Marrakesh. Once again, the terrain of this part of the Moroccan countryside could be likened to the high desert terrain of Eastern Washington…that is, if it weren’t for the donkeys, goats, cacti, olive trees, and as … Continue reading

On Moroccan food and the blessings of all the saints

The food here in Morocco is unique and delicious, although I have to admit that I haven’t been daring enough to try the variety offered by the souks (sticking to restaurants…hoping that might be safer?). The national drink here is ‘Moroccan whiskey,’ which is actually green tea with mint. The Moroccans drink this tea very, … Continue reading

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