Of the Sahara, Berber Massage and Scombroid Poisoning

While our journey so far had shown us various facades of Morocco, the four days we spent exploring the Sahara desert and off beaten paths were probably the most memorable of them all. The infinite desert, the cacophonous noises of the local markets, the mouth watering whiffs of roasting kefta, the unforgettable cool taste of mint tea; the sights, the sounds, the smells and the tastes all coalesced to form our fondest memory of this exotic country.

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A Walk in the Past – Fez

Truth be told, we didn’t get to experience much of Fez because of a scheduling flaw on our part – we arrived on a Friday evening and were leaving the very next day. Fez was never in our original plan, but since it was on the path of our return to Marrakech, we decided to stop by for a glimpse of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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