Saturday, July 29, 2017

18 يوم - Cascades d'Ouzoud إلى Marrakech

After a little breakfast at our riad we left the simplicity of the agricultural region and entered the craziness of Marrakech.

Being a shepherd is a career choice, which must have been boring before cell phones and the internet.

Donkey boy.

To get to our riad turn left by the man selling sticks wrapped with??

I am certain we will run into a cow in a wheelchair any moment.

Our plan today is to walk around for as long as we can withstand the heat and take in all of the bizarre sights which lead to more questions than answers.

Moroccan Johnny Depp/ date vendor.

All I can say for certain is that Morocco is stuck in time.  

Inside these Berber walls is the medina, where the above pictures were taken.
Don't worry, Eric, you've got this!


  1. I'm absolutely loving the blog posts, G+ videos, emails and FB messenger calls from you guys... AWESOME...STUPENDOUS!!! OMG I'm sounding a bit like Trump. Sorry 'bout that.

  2. I was looking closer at the photo that appears to be drums and some other instruments on the wall. Are those Marrakeshi "banjos" with the drums? Did you take your banjo on this trip?

    1. I am sure it is a banjo relative since the banjo came from Africa.
      And, of course I have my banjo!!

  3. Of all the photos of Eric, the one at the beginning of this post is my favorite. He looks at peace somehow.

    This is a series of photos worthy of National Geographic. Wow.

    Thanks for appeasing this armchair traveler with Marrakech.


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