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Morocco
  • Get lost in a maze Medina, The only way to discover the secrets of the city. A medina quarter is a distinct city section found in many North African cities. Typically walled, contains many narrow and confusing labyrinth-like streets. Medina quarters often contain historical fountains, palaces, and mosques.
  • Bargain mercilessly! it is completely essential,  prior to any purchase!
  • Taste whatever your soul wishes (without fear and passion) accompanied by locals in Djemaa el Fna,  an improvised stalls in the central square of Marrakech.
  • Hitch-hike a petit taxi and have a good luck! Your path will be proved unforgettable …
  • Fly through the desert on camels and spend a night in Sahara desert, it is worth the money!
  • Relax at a traditional Moroccan house with an interior shady garden or courtyard, called riad, reading your favorite book or taking a quick nap.
  • Try poultry, meat or vegetables cooked assorted by  Kush Kush in a tanzine (a traditional utensil)
  • Take a break from the desert and plan a 3-day trip to the seaside Essaouira district. Essaouira is a city in the western Moroccan economic region of Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz, on the Atlantic coast.
  • Make a stopover on the way and try orangeade of nomadic vendors. Morocco oranges are extremely sweet!

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