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Moroccan's Spirit

Marrakech, Morocco


We decided to escape winter month in England to somewhere not too far; reasons are
1 you know kid on the plane only last 2 hours before they fed up and started to annoyed you.
2 coming close to Christmas now, end of the year, not much left to spend.
3 France, Spain, cold cold, where else, I have to use my travel knowledge to the limit.

Now i can't afford Dubai or any middle east countries as they are now footballer playgrounds, North Africa sounds hot to me as part of Sahara Desserts Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco are the big 3.

We pined down to Morocco now and have to choose between Agadir and Marrakech. To be fair, we love beach holiday and never spend a holiday without beach unless i went back to Chiang Mai, Thailand, my home town to visit my family. For some reason, we gave it a go, Marrakesh for 1 week in December 2011 anywhere else would have been better than England. Why not?

Got there it was lovely

permalink written by  neverending on December 12, 2011 from Marrakech, Morocco
from the travel blog: North Africa
tagged Mountain, People, Holiday, Morocco, Family, Snow, Winter, Summer, Dessert, Hot, Marrakech, French, Friendly, December, PanoramicView, SnakeCharmer and MintTea

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Youth Journalism

Los Angeles, United States


Nischal Kharel / youthjournalism.org Part of Pokhara, Nepal, where people felt a giant earthquake hours ago but were spared the damage suffered in other parts of the country. By Nischal Kharel Reporter Youth Journalism International Pokhara, Nepal – Shortly before noon, while I was working on something for college at my friend's House, the book rack started shaking.We immediately realized that it was an earthquake. We thought

permalink written by  cart7yam on October 5, 2015 from Los Angeles, United States
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tagged People, Book and Jornalism

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Youth Journalism

Los Angeles, United States


Nischal Kharel / youthjournalism.org Part of Pokhara, Nepal, where people felt a giant earthquake hours ago but were spared the damage suffered in other parts of the country. By Nischal Kharel Reporter Youth Journalism International Pokhara, Nepal – Shortly before noon, while I was working on something for college at my friend's House, the book rack started shaking.We immediately realized that it was an earthquake. We thought

permalink written by  walk07attack on November 15, 2015 from Los Angeles, United States
from the travel blog: wordpress
tagged People, Book and Jornalism

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