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    • budget hotel

      Marrakesh 28 minutes ago

      Does anyone know a clean budget hotel like Ryad mogador at bab doukkala. Just for nice breakfast. It must be placed safely for late night returning and not in the spooky Medina.i say bab doukala because its twixt guelis and la place jemma el fynaa.

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    • Morocco Camel Trekking in Merzouga Desert , You need advice .?

      Morocco 1 hours ago

      We started our Moroccan trip from Fes, after visiting the most important places, we left the Fes Medina mid-day to roam and explore the nouville, French for the new city part of Fes. Our bus was not departing till 9 at night so we had time to chill out in the city center. While the others went to re-up on some supplies, I stayed to watch the bags. A few kids came on bikes and I filmed them with my gopro. We quickly made friends despite the language barrier. They were eager to share their tricks for the camera. I gave them some graffiti stickers and share facebook information. Facebook, Everyone in Morocco has it.

      A few mint teas, coffees and getting lost, we found ourselves at the CTM bus station.. There was a German trio playing a guitar, where Thanecha immediately took to join. New friends were instantly made by the love for music, but we never knew how good of friends they would soon become. We had a nine hour, overnight bus ride to Rissani, a stop over to Merzouga, where the Sahara meets Morocco.

      After a long, sleepless and sometimes painful 9 hours, we arrived in Rissani, at 6am, before the sun broke the horizon. A man named Mohammed approached us and asked if we wanted some food and drink at his cafe, which he claimed was open, warm and just down the street. It sounded good to us as the Germans joined us. Immediately, this man gave some negative vibes, one of those gut feelings you get when you know something is not right.

      His cafe, Panorama Cafe, was not open or even his and took 10 minutes for someone to unlock it. I called him out on it, and he was quick to be on defense. "Why would I lie to you, my friend?" I dismissed him as we entered with the Germans.

      One of the German girl's boyfriend was coming from Merzouga to come get them, so they hung out with us until then. Mohammed's odd demeanor continued, as he pushed his services on me. I repeatedly said I had an excursion booked and I did not need his assistance in getting to Merzouga. All I or anyone of my group was interested was some tea and coffee. He persisted and was desperate, showing me pictures and videos of his resort and 4x4. He exclaimed that the boyfriend coming to pick them up was total BS because it took jobs away. He mumbled on in Arabic as we figured him out. He knew we figured him out and called his friends to come to his rescue.

      He offered all sorts of BS answers to our questions, and would shout Africa! or USA USA! AMERICA!!! when he didnt know what to say. He eventually brought out tea for all of us, when Ryan said, I am not drinking anything this man gives us. Apparently Mohammed touched a member of our group inappropriately up on the roof terrace moments before. When the tea came out, he switched Thanechas cup with another. It was deliberate and we saw it. Something is going on and not in a good way. His desperation continues as we fight off his advances.

      Finally having enough, we all left to wait with the Germans outside, as their ride was near by. We walked down the road back towards the bus stop, where he gets in his 4x4 chases us, threatening to call the police if we catch a ride with the Germans. We had no intentions to catch a ride with them, it was just an alibi. Just then, a big blue caravan appears around the corner, to the jumping Germans delight and Mohammed's despair. By now he was yelling at us to take his offer, yet we continue to thank him and refuse while walking away. He calls his friend to come help him not let this caravan get away by boxing it in, one car in the front and Mohammed in the back. We attempted to block his efforts to block the caravan by standing in front of his car, almost running over Ryan and Thanecha in the process. He was literally pressing the gas with two people in front of him. He threatened to call the police on us and the Germans if we got in. Tempers were high as shouting matches began, in the middle of town. What is going on?

      The Germans get in drove off leaving us trying to find a taxi, which apparently can only be found in front of his cafe. There is no way that was going to happen. We continue to walk in the opposite direction, repeatedly getting out of his car, claiming he is sorry and asks for forgiveness. By now, everyone in our group is just as hostile, all shouting at him to just leave us alone. I remained calm, thanked him and explained that there was no way we would be accepting any services from him. We walked down another street as far away as possible, cooling our tempers in the process. Did we just screw ourselves? He is probably in cahoots with every cab here, how are we getting to Merzouga?

      About a kilometer down the road, around the bend and out of sight of his cafe, the blue caravan appears. The Germans! They circled back around town unbeknownst to everyone in town, including ourselves. They quickly turned the caravan around and tell us to get in, and make it quick!

      We frantically pile in, lay on the floor in a small space, and drove away. These people were searching for us and came to our rescue. I can't thank them enough.

      We escaped to Merzouga and was greeted with massive sand dunes as soon as we stepped out from the big blue steed.

      After saying bye to our German saviors, we walked over to the hotel next door. At the gate, I saw a young man who looked like he just woke up, but he looked familiar, "Hassan Mouhou?" I asked. "Yeah," he replied. He looked just like the avatar he had on the emails we had exchanged earlier in the year. Short curly black hair, a young round friendly face and dark olive skin colored by the desert sun. I booked a camel excursion through his company ( Morocco Excursions Company => www.Morocco-Excursion.com) ------ (and they come highly recommended as you will read why). We exchanged hellos and he brought us the traditional Berber whiskey (tea - sans the alcohol) out on the sky terrace of the hotel. Hassan was very welcoming and just wanted to hang out, which caught me by surprise. He didn't try to push anything on us or sell us more junk, he just want to talk story and show us a good time. He even knew of Mr. Mohammed from Rissani. He showed us around Center of Merzouga just for fun until he had to prepare for our desert excursion.

      After a light meal, we returned to the hotel packed our bags and went out back to the hotel. There sat eight, single-humped dromedaries, snorting and farting away, ready to trek to camp. I know this is about as touristy as it gets, but hopping on one of those living desert cars and headed towards nothing but orange sand, lit by the low desert sun was surreal. Our former nomad guides, Youssef and Said, lead us and the camels by foot, towards the dunes. Our mini caravan of 6 camels trekked over 7km, across dunes as far as the eye could see. Some dunes were taller than 300 meters, simply incredible. None of us could get over the fact that we were riding dromedaries, into the Saharan desert, in Africa, on Christmas eve.

      Our guides dropped us off at a tall dune just short of camp, leaving us to hike to the top to catch our first Saharan sunset. It felt like we were children again, running up and down the dunes, laughter drifting in the quiet desert air. Was this really happening? We were in the Sahara Desert! After an obligatory mini photo shoot, we dug in and sat on the edge of a sand dune, boots off and toes in the sand, and watched the sun disappear in the distance. Perfect, simply perfect.

      Christmas night was even better. Camp was full, nearly 25 total fellow tourist, some of them wasted, singing and dancing around the fire. It was amazing to say the least. People from all over the world all having a good time around the camp fire in the Sahara. The Berber nomads encouraged every one to join in, all while having an even better time themselves. We danced and sang the night away, with drums and even a guitar for Thanecha. When our turn to sing a song came up, we rapped the fresh prince of Bellair, naturally. All the English speakers joined in about a story all about how my life got twisted upside down.... We told jokes and riddles again, under the stars that seemed to be so bright that they could cast shadows. We partied the night away, having the time our of lives. Not your typical Christmas, but definitely one to remember.

      You can read more about our Moroccan experience by visiting our blog : http://www.marcuscoania.com/blog/

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    • Good budget hotel

      Marrakesh 7 hours ago

      Can you tell me of a well placed clean budget hotel just for breakfast. I have found Ryad Mogador at bab doukkala very good as it's twixt gueliz and la place - jemma el fyna. Please not a hotel/riad in Medina as it's scary at 4am in the dark.

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    • Marrakesh to Chefchaouen (Blue City)

      Marrakesh Mar 11, 2015 at 5:48 AM

      Hi, Does anyone know the easiest and cheapest way to get from Marrakesh to Chefchaouen? preferably if there is a night bus and if so how much?

      Thanks!

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      Two old girls traveling to Morocco

      Morocco Mar 17, 2015 at 10:59 AM

      Hi, My friend and I would like to find a tour to Morocco, that's reliable, affordable, but on the nicer side... about 10-14 days.. the basic cities Fes, Marrakesh, Essaouira. A camel ride out to spend the night in the desert... tents with bathrooms would be nice... and a group that is on the smallish side, around16, max. We're mature women, so access to a good bed, good meals, and hot water would also be quite appreciated. I've heard of a few companies, but don't know anything about them. Anyone have suggestions for us? I'd like to hear from those of you who had a great tour and you'd recommend it to a friend.... Thanks in advance for all your tips & suggestions... Grazia54

       

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    • Money exchange

      Marrakesh Mar 1, 2015 at 4:15 PM

      I'm in London and will be headed for Marrakech soon. Can someone tell me the best place to get the dirham. I'm getting conflicting stories!

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    • Algeciras - Chefchaouen

      Morocco Feb 28, 2015 at 7:29 AM

      Which is best arrival port from Algeciras if we are traveling onward to Chefchaouen? Ceuta or Tanger Med?

      If we arrive by noon, will we be able to take a bus from either port or a Grand taxi?

      Thanks,
      Michael

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      Marrakesh - query

      Marrakesh Mar 9, 2015 at 4:28 AM

      We have finalized our trip for next month having full 3 days in Marrakech. First day we want to visit part of the top 10 attractions that Google throws for Marrakech - Menara Gardens, Majorelle Garden, El Badi palace, Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech museum and around Jemma El fna. We will be using paper maps - any other tips. What is the best way to navigate from one place to another? Day 2 - we plan to use guided Atlas mountains and trip. Day 3 - we have a late night flight so have full day with us - is there any tours that one can recommend where we can spend around 5-6 hours including travel and visit? I will be travelling with my wife and 2 daughters aged 9 and 6. I have asked a general query earlier and with plans getting firm - wanted to goto next level to check-up

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    • How far to Medina

      Marrakesh Feb 28, 2015 at 7:22 AM

      Hi, I am taking my mother to Gueliz, how far is Medina from there?

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      General Advice Required!

      Morocco Mar 14, 2015 at 6:17 PM

      Hi all,

      Just looking on some advice and guidance on a trip I am planning for myself (28) and my mum (51) at the end of this year.
      As first time visit to Morocco I was wondering whether Casablanca is worth the visit? We were thinking of just visiting Marrakech and Fez, then heading up and taking the ferry to Spain... I am conflicted as to whether we should fly into London and take a cheaper flight to Morocco or just fly direct into Casablanca (which would be the more expensive option). We plan on visiting Spain and Italy also so any suggestions as to an itinerary around those destinations would be helpful, so many places to see its becoming slightly overwhelming picking just a few!

      Any tips on the best way to travel around Morocco would be great also, we are mainly looking at Air BnB accommodation and are happy to take trains/buses to get around and see more of the countryside

      Thanks for your help!
      abbie

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    • nice people

      Marrakesh Mar 15, 2015 at 12:05 PM

      Hello,I would like to meet some interesting mature local people,interested in culture,art and nature , next week in M.Any body know somebody there.??I can imagine a nice intercultural chat over a cup of mint tea.
      Thank you

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    • Fez

      by Mozartbailey Online Now Feb 8, 2015 at 5:38 AM

      Is there any night life bars n clubs

      1 Answer Feb 8, 2015 at 6:46 AM
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      about safety

      by Elisse23 Online Now Nov 30, 2014 at 2:18 AM

      Is it safe for wemens to visit Marocco? especially Fes and Casablanca

      12 Answers Dec 1, 2014 at 10:07 AM
    • Meet people who live in Fes

      by MaritB Online Now Oct 22, 2014 at 12:29 PM

      Hello VT Members,

      We, three girls and a guy, will be traveling to Fes, Morocco from november 5th till november 12th. We're going to Fes for an art project and we want to learn about the crafts, traditions and customs of this city and Morocco.
      We would really like to get in contact with some people who live in Fes and would like to guide us around and tell us about the city.

      But also information and recommendations from people who have been to Fes are really helpfull!

      We hope to hear from you and hopefully meet some of you in Fes!

      Kind regards,

      Inge, Esther, Tom and Marit

      9 Answers Nov 8, 2014 at 5:47 AM
    • Henna Party

      by Chezz Online Now Jun 8, 2014 at 5:56 AM

      Hi we are two Australian women (wrong side or 50) who would love to have a henna design done. However, I am not too keen on having one done on my hands/arms and would prefer shoulder. Can you recommend somewhere or someone who could come to our riad perhaps. What sort of prices would we be looking at?

      1 Answer Jun 8, 2014 at 9:09 AM
    • Larger Sizes Dressmakers

      by Chezz Online Now Jun 7, 2014 at 11:59 PM

      Can you buy fabric in Fez or Marrakech and get it made up into something quickly. Can you buy larger sizes?

      1 Answer Jun 8, 2014 at 3:51 AM
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      Recommendation for a guide in Fes

      by ChrisSheena Online Now May 12, 2014 at 7:51 PM

      My wife and I are visiting Fes for the first time in July. We are looking for a recommendation for a good English speaking guide to show us around Fes for 1/2 to 1 day. Thanks
      Chris

      1 Answer Mar 11, 2015 at 8:47 AM
    • Travelling from May 29th to June 1st to Fes, anyone to join?

      by FEBEGT Online Now May 11, 2014 at 10:33 AM

      Hi everyone, I'm a 22 chilean girl currently living in the UK. I will be on holiday from May 29th to June 1st in Morocco and I have no mate to travel with. Does anybody would like to join me?
      My flights are to and from Fes I but have no plans so far, not even booked a hostel yet.
      Btw, does anyone have suggetions about hostels? and, a last question: Is it possible to stay the night at Saiss airport?

      Cheers!

      4 Answers May 19, 2014 at 6:53 AM
    • Grand taxi from Fes to Chefchaouen.

      by Shatooga Online Now May 7, 2014 at 9:33 AM

      Hello .#

      I am planning a trip to Fes (late November).Staying in the town for a night. Then myself and my girlfriend will be travelling to Chefchaouen (hopefully by taxi) for a few nights.Then back to Fes for the return flight .Whistlestop I know !

      Do any regular travellers have any contacts with taxi owners ? This would be greatly appreciated. It would also allow a return journey to be booked with confidence.
      Many thanks
      Scott

      6 Answers May 14, 2014 at 1:41 PM
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      Celebrating a special birthday

      by Karlie85 Online Now Jan 10, 2014 at 11:20 AM

      My husband and I will be in Fes from February 1-4, and are celebrating his 30th birthday on February 2!

      This will be close to the beginning of our time in Morocco and we have never been there before. We will be in Morocco for two weeks total, including Marrakech, Sahara Desert overnight, and Chefchaouen.

      I'd like to do something special on his birthday, but I have no idea where to start looking! A nice restaurant, a nice viewpoint, perhaps. But is there anything unique we can do? (I know there is, but don't know what!)

      Thank you in advance for your help.

      11 Answers Jan 24, 2014 at 4:18 AM
    • evening show in fez

      by longlife Online Now Dec 4, 2013 at 3:52 PM

      can anyone tell me of any evening shows for a family party in fez. age range from 22 to 70 maybe in a hotel

      4 Answers Dec 9, 2013 at 8:14 PM
    • tour from Fes to Erg Chebbi (camel ride, overnight in tent) ends in Marrakesh?

      by explorer4ever Online Now Nov 23, 2013 at 2:50 PM

      Hello,

      I am traveling solo in early Dec, female. I hope to join a group tour (not a private tour) for the Sahara visit including riding camel and an overnight in the tent by a sand dune.

      However, from my research, seems all the 3day-2night tours are starting from Marrakesh ending in Marrakesh, or Rissani.

      Are there any reliable group tours (not private tour) going reversely, i.e. leaving Fes, ending in Marrakesh?

      Otherwise, I'll have to go to Marrakesh first to join the tour? I fly in Casablanca, fly out Marrakesh therefore it'll be most efficient to travel from Casa clockwise ending in Marrakesh, instead of going back and forth Marrakesh.

      Thank you!

      16 Answers Dec 11, 2013 at 6:13 AM
    • Food Shopping for Self Catering.

      by treehug7 Online Now Sep 1, 2013 at 4:39 PM

      Hubby and I have rented a small house in Fez in 2 weeks. We will have a manager to do our shopping ( we may tag along for the experience ). We want to do some cooking, tagine or using whatever pots they supply..... What meats, beans and vegies are available in late September?
      Also, my husband has diabetes 2 so bread and jam for breakfast is not the best ! What fruits could we buy and do they sell plain yoghurt there and where? Any help appreciated.

      3 Answers Sep 2, 2013 at 1:47 AM
    • HOW TO - Algeciras - Fes

      by rastarabz Online Now Jun 20, 2013 at 12:24 AM

      Hello kind people!

      I'm travelling with my mom to Spain and Marocco in a week and I wondering which is the easiest way to get from Algecias, Spain to Fes, Marocco. Looking for a combination of public transport, like ferry, bus or train.

      Thanks!

      4 Answers Sep 8, 2013 at 11:26 PM
    • Going from Fes to Marrakech on 24th April for 3 days! Anyone to join?

      by mugesuer Online Now Apr 5, 2013 at 1:25 AM

      Hi there,

      My friend and I are planning to take a tour on 24th of April from Fes to Marrakech. Tour will take 3 days, we will pass trough Merzouga and Ouarzazate. We will spend a night in the desert! You may find the details in the bouaouina tours.

      If you join, the price will decrease!!!

      If you are interested, please contact us!!!

      Muge

      1 Answer Apr 5, 2013 at 9:23 AM
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      How much time?

      by sue.thomson Online Now Apr 5, 2012 at 6:55 AM

      We are being picked up by a tour company in Tangier and taken to Fez, where we will spend the night. Can you tell me how long it takes to do the trip from Tangir to Fes by road? And should we then spend an extra day in Fes?

      2 Answers Apr 5, 2012 at 1:29 PM
    • DAILY OPENINGS

      by losham Online Now Mar 20, 2012 at 7:37 AM

      Hello VTers,

      Are the tanneries open every day? And are all the souks open?

      I had read somewhere that in Seffarine Sq. some workshops are closed Fri and Sun. I hope not - Sunday is a free day from the tour we are on and I expect to spend time in the that area.

      Thanks for any info.

      Losham

      2 Answers Apr 3, 2012 at 7:12 AM
    • LOCAL BUSES

      by losham Online Now Mar 13, 2012 at 7:19 AM

      Hi,

      Does anyone know a site where they show Fes local bus routes to get to the Medina from the Ville Nouvelle. Ex: routes for bus # 9 10 12.

      Thanks,

      Losham

      1 Answer Apr 3, 2012 at 7:50 AM
    • LEATHER SOUK

      by losham Online Now Feb 25, 2012 at 11:10 AM

      Hi,

      Has anyone a leather souk/shop to recommend where I can buy a backpack or bags. I'm not interested in slippers or shoes. Also where is the best place to see the leather dying?

      Thanks.

      Losham

      8 Answers Feb 29, 2012 at 2:28 PM
    • Fes Restaurant

      by losham Online Now Feb 19, 2012 at 8:47 AM

      Hi VTers

      Can anyone recommend a nice restaurant that has traditional food and perhaps music? The group we will be traveling with offers an "optional dinner" at AL FASSIA. I had read that restaurant is very touristy especially with their show and we are looking for a nice place for a birthday celebration dinner.

      Thanks.

      Losham

      3 Answers Apr 5, 2013 at 8:24 AM
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      Fes to Casablanca

      by shaziafarooq Online Now Sep 11, 2011 at 2:45 PM

      Fez to Casablanca by train
      Posted: Sun September 11, 2011 10:39 PM BST
      Hi

      I will be staying in Fez from 22nd September to the 25th with my husband. I am planning day trip to Casablanca and visit the hassan mosque.

      1) Can someone advise how long the trin journey is from Fez to Casablanca?
      2) How much it would cost?
      3) How frequent are the trains?
      4) What would be the best way to get to the mosque once I arrive in Casablanca

      Thanks in advance

      3 Answers Sep 19, 2011 at 12:07 PM
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      Pills for Malaria

      by lium Online Now Aug 29, 2011 at 8:30 PM

      Hello, I'm not decisive whether or not to take the medicine for Malaria. I tend not to take it since I will only be in Mali for two weeks at the most. Anybody knows what is the risk I'm taking. Is there a lot of masquitos or I can get away with it by wearing long sleevs and using repellent and masquito net at night? Thank you!

      10 Answers Aug 30, 2011 at 8:26 AM
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      Fes to Seville transport.

      by stevemt Online Now Jun 5, 2011 at 7:45 PM

      How is this easily done, By ferry via Tangier?

      Any suggestion/help appreciated

      Thanks in advance

      STEVE

      3 Answers Jun 13, 2011 at 4:08 AM
    • Top 10 Things to do and Places to visit in Fes, Morocco

      by Ipaq1 Online Now May 22, 2011 at 4:11 AM

      I'm going on holiday to Fes,Morocco for a couple of days. Can someone please tell me the top 10 things I should do and visit while I am out there?

      5 Answers Aug 13, 2013 at 12:36 PM
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      with or without guide?

      by karamella Online Now Jan 18, 2011 at 3:35 PM

      Dear VT Friends.

      The organisation of our Morrocco trip is comign to the end. But, I still have two questions.

      Some people say that it is strongly recommended to have a guide in Fes, otherwise we wil be lost. Others say , if i follow the signs there won"t be any problem.
      Usually I do not like organised trips, prefer to be independent, but in this case I really do not know what would be the best. Any experiences?
      IF the guide is really necessary, how much shoul I pay for it?

      Another question, we are going to make an excursion to Erg Chebbi.
      I think, we will not spend the night in the desert, don't have enough time...
      If we make a visit during the day, how much time we need? Half day, one day?
      Approximate price? I know there are different agenies organising trips there, even the hotel where I stay, but I don't know what is the reasonable price for two?

      Thank you/Judit

      9 Answers Jan 30, 2011 at 10:58 AM
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      Beirut & Damascus or Marrakech & Fes

      by marktynernyc Online Now Dec 17, 2010 at 7:58 PM

      Any opinions? I've visited Marrakech a few years ago (was in Granda this past fall) and am very interested in going back to Morocco however Beirut and Damascus have gotten under my skin and are very unfamiliar thus alluring. Damascus is said to be the oldest city in the world. Beirut was (possibly still is?) the Paris of the East - and I hear the food in Lebanon is amazing. Beirut and Damascus for me is so far off the map which makes it very attractive while Morocco is a bit more familiar and is an incredible country. Help!

      9 Answers Dec 18, 2010 at 5:01 PM
    • local guide in Fes

      by Cecilia68 Online Now Dec 7, 2010 at 12:58 AM

      Hi
      I will be in FEZ with a friend the 19 December and we would like to go around town with a guide, any suggestions? Someone you know that do this job as a travel guide? Any other suggestions about riad, where to sleep are welcome!
      Thank you very much
      Cecilia

      2 Answers Dec 7, 2010 at 1:23 AM
    • Trekking

      by JANEVANS Online Now Oct 10, 2010 at 2:40 PM

      We are staying in Fes for 5 days then trekking through Oum er Rbia and Aguelmane Azigza near Khenifra and wondered if anyone out there had camped at either of these places.

      Any information on places to camp / shop for basics and local transportation in these areas would be much appreciated.

    • Restaurants in Fes

      by mooz110 Online Now Sep 20, 2010 at 7:16 AM

      Can you reccomend some nice and clean restaurants in Fes,could be in the medina or the new town also.
      I appreciate your assistance.

      1 Answer Sep 20, 2010 at 5:30 PM
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      Pronunciation of Bab Boujloud?

      by Deneen1 Online Now Sep 3, 2010 at 5:32 AM

      I could use some help with how to pronounce Bab Boujloud.
      Is the "j" pronounced? Is "loud" like loud in English or would it be more like "lood"? Is the "a" in Bab like the "a" in bad? And both of the "b"s are pronounced in Bab?
      I may end up arriving in Fes late and will be coming from the train station, I would like to know how to pronounce the word if I need to tell a taxi driver or ask for directions.
      Thanks for any help!!!!

      20 Answers Sep 22, 2010 at 2:10 AM
    • prices in Fes restaurants

      by perros Online Now Aug 31, 2010 at 3:13 PM

      Is a 600 DH per 3 ppl dinner a lot ?
      Our riad owner asked as if we would like to eat within his riad, but we have to 'prebook' dinner...
      and the price is 600 DH or 60 Eur for 3 of us,
      anyway it seems a bit pricey for us, considering the places around with great reviews have twice smaller prices..

      any thoughts ?

      18 Answers Aug 4, 2013 at 11:41 AM