Morocco - Beyond the mint tea

Marrakesh, Tangier, Essaouira, Agadir, Immouzzer, Atlas mountains and other dusty places.

  • Dining under the stars

    Originally a place where they placed chopped-off heads to scare the crowds, this is the main square of Marrakesh occupied by snake charmers, food stalls and all sorts of strange people from dusk till dawn.

    Djemaa el Fna, Marrakesh

  • Enter the Interzone

    The keyhole gate Bab Fass marks the traditional entrance to the medina.

    Grand Socco, Tangier

  • Tranquility

    Berber village in Atlas mountains

  • Godzilla sighted

    In the eye of the storm. The traffic in this town was really insane.

    Reine in Marrakesh

  • Castles made of sand

    The medina of Essaouira resembles an 18th century fortified European town. Many people have been inspired by the magic light of Essaouira including Orson Welles and Jimi Hendrix.

    Skala du Port, Essaouira

  • Epicenter

    The old Heart of Tangier. Even the Romans had their forum here.

    Petit Socco, Tangier

  • Travel light

    Just one more. I double-dare you.

    Small town

  • Sandy road

    Atlas mountains

  • We are shadows

    The medina of Essaouira resembles an 18th century fortified European town. Many people have been inspired by the magic light of Essaouira including Orson Welles and Jimi Hendrix.

    Ave Zerktouni, Essaouira

  • Dining under the stars

    Reine looking out over Djemaa el Fna, Marrakesh

  • Spice up your life

    Essaouira

  • Warp speed

    We repacked our large backpacks and went to Marrakesh. The traffic was insane and I enjoyed it a lot.

    Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakesh

  • Into the maze

    Medina, Tangier

  • Dining under the stars

    No living thing escapes the clay pots. Have you got the stomage for trying the mystery dishes?

    Food stands at Djemaa el Fna, Marrakesh

  • Mortgage manor

    Atlas mountains