Fes

Before Ali left us in Fes, he made sure that we would make it to our Hostel with ease. He called a guy that took our luggage in a wheel-barrel type carrier and we followed this guy through the winding roads to our Hostel. The roads in the Medina were much tinier than Marrakesh. WeContinue reading “Fes”

Marrakesh

We arrived into Marrakesh from Barcelona. Depending on the airline you choose, flights can get down to $55. Crazy enough, it was actually cheaper for us to fly from Miami to Barcelona (with extended layover to explore) than to fly directly from Miami to Marrakesh. The beauty of having a no restrictions to traveling isContinue reading “Marrakesh”

Aït Benhaddou

We departed from Marrakesh and began our journey to the Sahara. Rainier had set up the next 5 days through a company called Luxury Desert Camp Morocco that would host us during our time in the Sahara, as well as take us to our next destination post desert. Nick and Bobo run a Luxury DesertContinue reading “Aït Benhaddou”

Essaouira

Instead of spending the day in Marrakesh, we ended up making a day trip to a Essaouira. The day trip, which we organized through Get Your Guide, included a few stops along the way, making it a long bus ride. We ended up spending 4 hours driving there and 3.5 hours on the way back.Continue reading “Essaouira”