Morocco is certainly not an easy country to visit but it is truly unique and rewarding. I look back on my memories there with the greatest of fondness. It was a great opening to the middle-eastern leg of my world tour and I certainly hope to visit again one day.
Street food on the way to Fez, best bus stop ever.
The hole in the wall (literally) behind this butcher in the Fez Medina
One of two Tanneries in the Fez Medina.
Bab Mansour: Bab means “gate” or “door” in Arabic, and Bab Mansour is the largest and most striking of Meknes’ many gates (27 gates).
I did actually get to eat at Granada also, here is a pic of me with the chef.
Shrimp and Fish Tagine was divine at Chez Fouad
No street signs to be seen and no google maps!!!
Not sure if there is enough colour selection here…
Chefchaouen Medina – The whole place is awash with blue!
Stunning, well worth the trip to see this.
Outside the Chefchaouen Mosque.