Reason 604 Why I Love Morocco: A man can look definitively masculine despite wearing what the West might see as a dress.
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Reason 404 Why I Love Morocco: I can sit in a crowded taxi with my arm around a strange man and his hand on my knee without all the Western fears of male/male intimacy.
I was poking around the background of our blog/website and started looking at statistics. It was amazing to see we’ve had more than 7,000 views and more than 2,600 unique visitors since we began this project back in September, 2014. Plus, we totally rocked it on July 18th, apparently. (Click the images to see a…
Reason 531 Why I Love Morocco: Midnight rides through the desert on a darkened bus enables an incredible view of the stars and moon without clouds or light pollution.
Reason 517 Why I Love Morocco: Rules are flexible.
Even though the restaurant closed 15 minutes ago, we’ll make you something to go without annoyance.
You’re the only one going through this baggage scanner late at night? You look honest, go ahead looks you’ve got a train to catch.
In Northern Morocco, within the peninsula that juts north toward Spain, is a small city called Ksar el Kebir, Arabic (القصر الكبير) for “large fortress.” It is located among the rolling hills that lie before foothills of the Rif Mountains. Being inland, away from the sea, the city does not experience the same tourist traffic…