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Morocco

So the plan was to make a YouTube show called “Vikings Across Africa” during my trans-african expedition last year, but was robbed halfways through the trip and lost all the clips that I had stored up, so all I got was three episodes from the first three countries. Check them out on my channel below:
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The night before arriving in Dakhla we made camp a cliff pretty much right on the Tropic of Cancer. That is the Northernmost point around the earth where the sun would be directly overhead, so days should start getting longer and temperatures will get higher from there on. Dakhla was a much more beautiful town...
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Western Sahara is a country currently occupied by Morocco and most of its inhabitants have fled to the refugee camp in Algeria called Tindouf. Most people living in the country now are Moroccans but some of the original citizens, the so called Saharawis still live there and they have previously made some violent protests in...
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After more than a week in Marrakesh everyone had recovered and the truck had been fixed.  We had never been more ready to get back on the road and continue our journey. We set off to Essaoira, which is a small coastal town for a couple of days to relax , get back to communal...
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I’ve now been over a week in Marrakesh and do I like it?  Hellz yes! Marrakesh pretty much has no touristic sights, but that is also not why you should go there. You go to Marrakesh to experience the crowded streets with all the noise, smells and feelings that they entail. You can wander the...
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It was a cold Sunday morning on the last day of January. We had gotten up at 5.30 in the morning to arrive early in Todgha Gorge, our next stop on the journey towards South Africa. Everything was as always in the truck; some people were sleeping, others reading books, writing journals or simply looking out...
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After a some days on the road I have become quite used to the lifestyle that I will have for the next six to eight months on the road. The last couple of days we have been doing bush camping, which is practically finding a remote site along the road to pitch out tents on...
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On the way between Chefchaouen and Meknes we stopped at Volubilis for a couple of hours to see ancient Roman ruins that were there. We paid a guide from the “kitty” to show us around and tell us stories of how the Romans were making wine and olive oil, using solariums and vomitariums (the place...
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Fez is the oldest city in Morocco and the fourth largest. Our plan was to camp there for three nights so that the truck could be serviced while we explored the city and got practical stuff like laundry done. The old city of Fez was huge and very chaotic so our tour leader had arranged...
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From Tarifa it was just a 35 minute ferry ride and about a three hour drive to get to Chefchaouen. Even through Spain and Morocco are just 14 kilometers apart it was culturally a totally different World. The truck speed was on average under 50km/h and we got to know each other well by sitting...
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I just discovered a genius way of displaying all posts on a Google Map using Map My Posts. The widget works with WordPress and can be downloaded from this page. It is really easy to install and simple for people to use. It simply groups your posts by country and add them to a clickable map like...
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