Friday, December 15, 2017

Uber One Madrid: My Review of Tesla

Uber was surging when I was in Madrid so I picked Uber One. There are so many variations of Uber that I don't even know what is what. I was half expecting a self...

Madrid Party Guide: Out All Hours

A fun night out can elevate a city from good to great. The evening started with my trembles at Tigre for tapas. With a healthy buzz, I left Chueca in search of Cavas Bajas, a...

Tigre! Tourist Tapas in Madrid

Getting There: The address is Calle de las Infantas, 30, 28004. Take the metro line 5 (depending on where you are) to Chueca. I left Morocco for Madrid. My first order of business was to...

From Morocco to Madrid: A Picture Preview of Spain

Man am I glad to be out of Morocco. Spain is much more my speed. Here's a picture preview of what I did in Madrid during the quick two nights I was there. ...

Guns & Butter: Marrakech Travel Guide

Overrated! Overrated! That's the word to describe Marrakech. I almost left after one day but decided to stick it out in order to write this extensive travel guide.

Le Meridien Marrakech: Dated Digs in Marrakech

My trip to Morocco started off rocky. After one night I made the executive decision to leave for Madrid. The hotel had no WiFi and the AC didn't work.

Golf in Marrakech: BYOB

The course is in the middle of nowhere. The taxi driver couldn't find the place. It cost $30 round trip to get to Assoufid, a highly rated golf course. ‎Once you enter the gates,...

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...
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