Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Capital City of Rabat

I have talked about Couchsurfing and Warm Showers on here many times before, but for those of you who missed those posts, I will explain again. Couchsurfing is a popular and well used social network that links travelers with local … Continue reading

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Staying w the Locals in the Agricultural Villages of Morocco

Yesterday was a long day. A car swiped my bicycle mirror on the highway, my phone was stolen (but later replaced), i had no appetite and couldn’t eat, vomited during the night, had awful stomach cramps, cycled 40 kilometers or … Continue reading

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A Week Full of New Experiences in Azilah

We ended up spending an entire week resting in Azilah and a nearby village. One of Abdulahdi’s friends, Faoud, set us up with a home stay near Paradise Beach. It is one of the most well-known beaches in all of … Continue reading

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Day Two

We woke up in Tangier, without much of a plan for the country at all. We searched out an Internet Cafe to look up maps, routes and potential Couchsurfing hosts. We decided to start our journey along the coast before … Continue reading

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Camel Rides in the Sahara

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Morocco’s Khaosan Road

Khaosan Road is a busy street set up to fulfill the needs of tourists in Bangkok. It is where many Westerners start there adventure in Southeast Asia. I see it as kind of a warm up to the rest of … Continue reading

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