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When Thailand meets Morocco...

Friday, October 26, 2018 | Wouter Despiegeleer / Marc Adamiak | Africa / Europe

Camel ride to the desert camp in Erg Chebbi

Day 14: Back to Malaga and farewell dinner

Getting ready to leave Chefchaouen... and Morocco...
Above the clouds!
Closing the Tour with some excellent Paella

Day 13: Fes (back) to Chefchaouen

Coffee break at Volubilis
The ruines of what was once a Roman city with over 10.000 inhabitants
Wonderful ancient mosaic
Where are the riders? Oh, having lunch inside of course!
It's a Sontaya driveby!
...in Morocco's "Andalusian Hills"
Approaching the Blue City for the second time this trip, closing our loop on this Morocco tour. The city view keeps amazing us!

Day 12: Rest day in Fes

In Fes, again, we took a guided tour in the old town.
One of the entrance gates - Form inside and Outsider.
It dates back to the 13th century.
Next stop: one of the 2 palaces of the king.
Visiting a pottery, we could see the process from "dirt" to mosaiques and other precious products.
From a rooftop, we watched the tanners at work.This place is a world heritage and dates back to 11th century.
A walk in the small alleys of the old town...
At a cupper smith
Make a wish, Sontaya
In Fes is the oldest university (...we were told...)
Morocco is also famous for its sweets (linke i.e. nougat and nuts with honey)
Interesting hair (beard) color...!
In an old islamic school. Today, it is a museum and the students go to university.
One of many small market places
Watching a weaver at his loom.
In the evening, we came back to the Medina for some Thai dinner at a quite well hidden restaurant
What a happy tour guide to have Thai with Thai in Morocco.

Day 11: Erfoud to Fes

Start for the longest riding day (423km), through Erfoud
A market along the road north
One oasis of many in the "rocky mountains"
The joy of some curves
Wild dogs at the road side
Cedar trees
Beware of monkeys in the woods!
A view on Fes from our hotel

Day 10: Erg Chebbi to Erfoud

Sunrise
Our tent camp in the desert
On our way back
Getting some souvenirs from our Berber guides
Peera, enjoying the wongerful weather in our nice new hotel in Erfoud

Day 9: Boumalne Dades to Erg Chebbi and overnight stay in desert camp

Old and new village
Coffee stop at the entrance to the Todra canyon
In(to) the canyon
Some houses, built right in/under the cliff
Desert picnic, with desert!
Fountain in the desert
Camel ride into the vast Sahara desert, on our way to the Berber tents where we will spend the night... EPIC!
"Camel - equipped by Touratech"
Who is training whom?
Sunset in the desert
Not much can beat this desert sunet!
Dinner time

Day 8: Ouarzazate to Boumalne Dades

Cockpit view!
Meeting the locals, and they are happy to pose for our picture!
Our Tour Members like the cats of Kasbah Taorirt... and vice versa
Fantastic Edelweiss picnic spot in the Gorges du Dadès
Picknick in the Dades canyon.
Traditional welcome at the hotel.
Beautiful view from the pool/bar terrace.
Ending the day with a this sunset.

Day 7: Marrakech to Ouarzazate

Our today's tour took us further south, through the Atlas mountains.
Well paved roads, as well as...
...construction sites accompanied us..
Between Marrakech and Ait Ben Haddou
Passing the highest point today...
...at over 2.000 meters.
Lunch time
Chicken Tajine
Ait Ben Haddou fortress.
Some scenes of Gladiator and Game of Thrones were shot here.
Arrival at our hotel "Oscar" (with famous movie Studios)
Disagreed
Many well known movies were (partly) made here:
Gladiator, Black hawk down, Asterix and Cleopatra, and many more - we had to take a tour!
Noah's ark
A model for an exploding car in James Bond
Some random desert village; also been used for Ben Hur.

Day 6: Rest day in Marrakech

Life as it is in Marrakech: Donkey and charriot logistics
Lining up for a group picture at the Jemaa el-Fna square.
Inside Marrakech' medina
The Bahia Palace with its stunning patio galleries, including picture-happy Edelweiss group members!
For the start, we took a guided Tour in the Medina (old town)
The Bahia Palace with its wonderful patios
Wie then continued to the soukh (market)
A real maze oft small streets, Ehre they dell almost everything.
Hand made oil
The smell oft the spices is amazing - right, Peera?!
Sontaya and Radab bought some local clothes (and posed as Jedi).
We found a beautiful rooftop restaurant for lunch

Day 5: Rabat to Marrakech

Our first stop today was at the famous Hassan II. mosque in Casablanca
We took a guided tour, to learn more about it
Already exhausted...?
Rick's Café
Once, being in Casablanca - one HAS to visit this well known location (from the famous movie)!
The lunch was delicious

Day 4: Chefchaouen to Rabat

Here comes Thailand!
Coffee stop in Quezzane
Meeting the locals while enjoying the Atlantic waves.
Morocco's capital Rabat as seen from our hotel rooftop.
Rooftop sunsets are the best!

Day 3: Ceuta to Chefchaouen

Lunch break at the beach in Oued Laou
Delicious seafood oft the day
In the afternoon, the sun came out and we enjoyed some curves and beautiful landscape (linke this George)
"Couleur Locale" in the Blue City

Day 2: Malaga to Ceuta

Early morning in Malaga
Starting off with a ride through the Andalusian Mountains and a visit to the beautiful city of Ronda. Puente Nuevo connects two parts of the city over a 120m deep canyon: impressive!
Gathering the group to enter the Plaza de Torros bullring.
Ever wondered what it would be like to fight a bull?
On the ferry to the African continent!
Gibraltar stuck in the clouds...
Filling up with a view!
Ceuta, near the Yacht harbour

Day 1: Arrival in Malaga and getting familiar with the motorcycles

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Ursula Peter
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 18:28

Hi Peera, hi Radab,
nice to see you again. Thanks for the greetings from Malaga.
Hope to see you again
Ursula
Peera Lao
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 10:16

Hello Ursula,
Very well thinking of you.
We‘re having great time and enjoying every single minute here in Morocco.
Edelweiss team is also really hospitality serving us the best and satisfying everyone.
Wish to see you once again in the our next tour.
Cheers,
Peera

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