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  • Escape on the Kite and get disconnect from the network of city’s stress

    25. January 2010

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    Escape on the Kite and get disconnect from the network of city’s stress
    As you descend in Dakhla, the feel of freedom lurks in you making and the city life gets the back seat somewhere and you get lost in desert and find your liberty of free will and start to enjoy Dakhla one of the best place in world for kite surfing. Such spectacular view of Atlantic Ocean on one side and incredible lagoon on other side with the peninsula of Dakhla in between, as you land here you get disconnect from all the stress and worries of your city life and get rejuvenated in this beautiful and superb place where you can escape and find yourself the much freedom. Live in a bungalow or the tents it will be cozy and warm with magnificent view of the lagoon. Have the fish tagine dinner and scrumptious local food. It’s all beautiful to wake up in morning and have enchanting night!  [...]

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    Place of the Dead (Djemaa el Fna)

    22. January 2010

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    Place of the Dead (Djemaa el Fna)
    The town square of Djemaa el Fna is a crucial center for the daily life needs in Marrakech, Morocco.  Some of the famous spots in the town include the medina or old quarter, famous for souks or bazaars. This place comes alive at night, literally turning into an open-air stage filled with acrobats, storytellers, snake charmers and musicians.  One has a large variety of food to choose from.  Food stalls sell anything from the hearty harira soup and couscous to grilled meats and French fries. Djemaa el Fna  is a very important place for the performers and food stall owners as they earn their living here. They are carrying on a centuries-old tradition, which is a fundamental characteristic of Marrakech life. One can travel to this place via rail, road and air.  The Marrakech Ménara  [...]

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    Sailing in Sahara on Kamal

    15. January 2010

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    Sailing in Sahara on Kamal
    Holiday was perfectly planned and set by us. All we wanted to do was chill out, relax, spend leisure time and booze and have fu. No adventures, just relaxing and lounging. That was the Plan A. As per the plan A, we went to Morocco and stayed in Muran resort in Marrakech. What a hotel it was! We were completely bowled over by the look and chic of the hotel and fell in awe of it sinful red swimming pool. Our plan A was in full action and we were having fun time. We were simply having leisure time and fun with no sports or adventure. But then when do we stick with our plans. I mean just imagine living in riyad, with all amenities and facilities we got fascinated with Desert! The bloody desert! I shrieked and I shouted when all these idiots decided we are going out trekking and camping in  [...]

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    Morocco Tourism - Sands And Birds

    15. December 2009

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    Morocco Tourism – Sands And Birds
    Country Info Morocco is located in North western Africa (a Northern African State) covering an area of 4,47,000 square kilometers and boasts of a population of 32. Morocco is bordered by Algeria in the east and Western Sahara to the south (sovereignty of Western Sahara is subject to dispute, however). The Strait of Gibraltar separates Morocco from spain in the north. Atlantic Ocean lies to the west and north-western side of Morocco while Mediterranean Sea lies to the northeast. The Canary Islands are located off the Moroccan coast. National capital is Rabat. Merzouga Merzouga is a small village located in the southeastern part of Morocco, just about 20 kilometers from the Algerian border. Merzouga is known for Erg Chebbi, one of the best tourist sites here (erg is a flat area of a desert  [...]

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    Fes Medina (Fes El Bali)

    8. December 2009

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    Culturally-rich Fes el Bali Fes el Bali is a part and parcel of Fes, a third biggest city of Morocco. Fes el Bali, also known as the ‘old town’, is designated as World Heritage site by UNESCO.  The city has around nine thousand lanes that consist of residential areas, workshops, markets. Blend of tiny streets as well as huge alleys, all the parts of the city are consisting of five structures and these include a mosque, a Medersa, a bakery, a coffee shop and public bath. Discovery The city was discovered by Idris I, Idrisid dynasty’s founder, around Fez River’s opposite banks during 693. It was looked after by Idris II, Idris I’s son, till 810. Known as the cultural and sacred powerhouse of Morocco, its Medina is regarded as the largest in the region. If talking about the city  [...]

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    Hassan Tower: Finest Piece Of Moroccan Architecture

    4. December 2009

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    Hassan Tower: Finest Piece Of Moroccan Architecture
    The Hassan Tower is an incomplete minaret of Hassan mosque which was contructed with the intension of making largest minaret in the Islamic world. This unfinished tower roars the great style and design of Moroccans, though incomplete it completely wins the minds of visitors. Standing tall in Rabat, the imperial city of North African kingdom this structure has always been special place of visit in Morocco. This eight century old tower, adorned by beautiful gardens around it, was listed as world heritage site by UNESCO in the year 1995. The site also houses the Mosque and Mausoulem of Mohammed V and it is the place where he on retuning from exile, gathered thousands of Moroccans to thank God who gifted independence of their country to them.  It  is among the few sacred sites where non Muslims  [...]

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    Fes Medina (Fes el Bali): The Imperial City

    3. December 2009

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    Fes el Bali the pride of Morocco, listed under world heritage site by UNESCO since 1983, its larger medina is believed to be world’s largest contiguous car free urban area, an unique feature of the region. Morocco has been conscious of the importance of their cultural heritage that’s why the medians are still alive and that too in its true colors. The culture and the heritage have been well taken care of. The place mirrors its age old tradition as most people continue to do their traditional work and the cacophony of large cities is not seen.   All together a different experience enchanting, vibrating mosque, markets, food shops and bazaars of metal crafts handicrafts. The traditional leather dying is still done and visitors can see leathers being soaked in the sun. This city perfectly  [...]

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