After visiting Morrocco two times we can defenetly assure that this a ‘blaugrana’ country. We would like to share this post with all of you. It contains few of the pictures we took of Morroccans wearing the F.C Barcelona t-shirt.
More pictures day three Sorry for the quality of some pictures, but almost all them we took it with a compact camera because we suffered a sandstorm and we were afraid to damage the other camera.
Here we have the pictures of the third day of our Morrocan Road Trip. It was the SUV-day, we rented a SUV with the goal to cross the Sahara and drive through the dunes. We suffered a sandstorm during half the day. We had lunch with nomads who live in the desert. Afterwards, we crossed [...]
After the match we decided to drive to Zagora. The panoramic was simply amazing, we were almost the only one’s driving on these roads. Our surprise was when suddenly we saw six dromedaries crossing the road. We couldn’t believe what our eyes were seeing. Wasn’t necessary to say a word, we stopped the car on [...]
We woke up in front of the doors of Sahara in Foum Zguid. After long conversation with the boss of the hostel were we sleep, Auberge Irki. We decided to drive to Zagora and find there someone or an agency to make the excursion across the Sahara. On the way we found eight boys playing [...]
Bagpacktravller team landed in Marrakech at 8:30pm, 13 of April 2011. We rent a car in the airport and drive to the south of Morocco. We took the road direction to Taroudant. We drove till late and arrived to Asni. It was a little problem because we didn’t find a place to sleep. Then, easy [...]
Here you have few pictures of the Riad which we spent our last night in the trip. With this pictures you can see easily the contrast of this country. Hope you’ll enjoy it
After six hours crossing the Sahara with 4×4 and sleeping in the middle of the desert we got to Zagora. Today we woke up on Ouarzazate. We’re going to visit the kashba of Ait Benhaddou. On this one, was produce films like: Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. Write to you soon, Greetings from Morocco