Category Archives: Morocco

It’s here, the book is here!

It’s here!  Really it is!  After tackling the writing, and the technical challenges of publishing, the book is finally available on Amazon. Your support during the writing and now for the launch has been amazing. Here is a little snippet … Continue reading

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Towards Mauritania

On Boxing Day, we departed Dakhla for the Mauritanian border – a mere 350km away.  On the way, we stopped in to have a coffee with Crystal and Francesco (in their camper van) and then stopped in at Ocean Vagabond … Continue reading

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Budget update – Western Sahara

We are about to leave Western Sahara and cross into Mauritania.  We have thoroughly enjoyed our time in Morocco and Western Sahara, but look forward to heading southwards.  Before we leave Western Sahara, though, I thought I’d add another budget … Continue reading

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Wow, that was close…

Wow, that was a close call… we almost ended up becoming residents of Dakhla! After checking out all the camp sites at Dakhla we chose to stay at Camping Moussafir. Not because it has the best views, but because it … Continue reading

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It’s all about dreams

Dakhla, Western Sahara Finally – we have a few days to catch-up with ourselves after the long dash through Western Sahara.  We wanted to be close-ish to the border (a mere 300km away) for Christmas, so that we can cross … Continue reading

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…and flats

Such a contrast to reach the flats of Western Sahara. We left Icht and headed towards Tan-Tan on the tar.  Although we had originally planned to drive the pistes from Assa to Smara, local opinion was divided on whether the … Continue reading

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Just under a week ago we left Agadir to start our journey towards the Mauritanian border. We had a choice of going down the coast via Tiznit, or venturing into the mountains via Tafroute. As we would be following the … Continue reading

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First fight with the lawnmower

In spite of the fact that I love camping, being outdoors, running, mountain biking hiking … I also like to look good (don’t we all) and having a decent hairstyle is important to me.  Furthermore, I like short hair – … Continue reading

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No fun

Safi, Morocco We always knew that getting our Mauritanian visas was going to be a chore. For starters, Rabat was out of our way.  We couldn’t apply for visas when we first entered Morocco, and so we had to make … Continue reading

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Travelling with Shibani

There really are no words to adequately describe the experience of travelling with Shibani – George. We met George and Jack in Zagora – two Frenchmen travelling in Morocco since the beginning of October.  George is in a green Mercedes … Continue reading

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