Saturday, December 16, 2017

Hivernage, The Other Side of Marrakech

I've covered in great detail what there is to see and do in the Medina in Marrakech (juice, eat like a tourist, eat like a local, get lost). After a few nights in that...

Medina, Marrakech: The Definitive Guide To Lamb Brain, Tongue, Eyeballs & More Food

After initially wanting to leave Morocco but then deciding to stay, I finally got into a rhythm in Marrakech. Centered around my decision to stay was desire to try every food and drink available. I already...

Medina, Marrakech: Lost in the Labyrinth

Much like a Vegas casino, the Medina, a city within a city, is a labyrinth built to keep people in. Many guidebooks (WikiTravel being my favorite) encourage travelers going to the Medina to download...

Medina, Marrakech: The Detox Juice Bar

The Medina has everything. Shops selling handmade leather purses, snakes that siss for photos, monkeys that also demand money, food stalls with some of the best soup in the world, and, of course, the...

Medina, Marrakech: The Tourist Dinner

I've said it before and I'll say it again, take recs from your upscale hotel with a grain of saffron. The Prison of Posh led me astray in Naples where, due to time restraints, the hotel recommended...

Medina, Marrakech: The Overview

Admittedly, I was unprepared for the madness of the Medina in Marrakech. Coming from pampering at the Park Hyatt Milan, Paris, and the IC Marseille, I was ill-equipped to handle the chaos of the old...

Why I Decided to Stay in Marrakech

There are certain places I visit that I know that I will like right away. There are other places that don't jive with me almost instantly. Those include Phuket, Istanbul, Mandalay, and Bagan. Curiously,...

How I Almost Left Marrakech After One Night

I try to blog in real time so I don't forget critical details. I was ready to hit publish on this post but had a change of heart.  Iberia and Avios to the rescue. Sorry, Marrakech...

Flight Review Royal Air Maroc: Props to Marrakech

Leaving Marseille, I connected in Casablanca en route to Marrakech, a city that has been more hyped than Lonzo Ball. I boarded the bus to get me on the prop plane that would take me the rest of the distance.
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