New photo journal: Morocco, the quiet bits
So I traveled south to the occupied territories of Western Sahara. Except for the suspicious looks I got at the police checkpoints, it was a nice and fascinating experience of a bleak, harsh country. The people down there deserve more visitors and to get their story noticed and told.
Going back to Morocco proper I visited a few small towns along the way, but the highlights of my trip were to hike the Anti Atlas out of Tafraoute, to walk up and down the Todra Gorge and to explore the dunes of Erg Chebbi/Merzouga, all on my own.
There's absolutely no need to plan ahead or to get a guide to do any of this, and you can now see what it's all like: http://www.pvv.org/~bct/sahara/
I'm going to Morocco this June. I also don't plan on booking anything in advance. I have three weeks starting in Casablanca and returning to Casablanca for my flight onto Cotonou, Benin. I might message you for more information on the border region with Western Sahara if you don't mind.
Again, beautiful photos. Makes me very excited to go.
"I travel not to escape but to find reality"
I am looking for some info on Asilah. I would love to rent a studio for a week but it seems that everything has to be connected through a third party. I just thought I would put it out there you never know who might read this
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