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Camping in the Sahara Desert in Morocco

In Africa, Morocco by Katelyn0 Comments

Growing up in Maine where pine trees are abundant and the sweet smell of the ocean wafts through the windows at night, the concept of a desert is completely foreign. Although Maine does have a tiny little desert in Freeport, the closest desert is found thousands of miles away. What I know of deserts comes from Disney movies and National Geographic …

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Discovering Morocco with Travel Talk Tours

In Africa, Morocco by Katelyn1 Comment

There is something inherently sexy about Morocco. Maybe it was the promise of chaotic and colorful markets filled with handcrafted artisan goods. Or maybe it was the draw of the solitude of the Sahara Desert. Perhaps it was the delicious mint tea and tantalizing traditional dishes that leave fireworks in your mouth. Or maybe, it was just the need to …

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Sneak Peek: Morocco Photos

In Africa, Morocco by Katelyn2 Comments

Morocco has been on my travel “bucket list” for sometime. The colors, the noise, the people. It all sounded incredible. While I was planning my European travels this winter I thought it was good of time as ever to visit Morocco in hopes that it would be warmer than say Germany and Poland during March. To my surprise, Morocco was …

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Great Escape Month Two Review: February 2016

In Andorra, Central America, Europe, Great Escape, Guatemala, Honduras, Morocco, Spain by Katelyn0 Comments

February brought me from Central America to Maine to Europe to Africa. It was a whirlwind month of travel and fun. Just thinking back on it makes my head spin. I spent time scuba diving in Honduras, trekking the highlands of Guatemala, eating authentic Spanish tapas, and saw African snow in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. While each experience was …