Morocco, mon amour

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

 

When I planned my road trip in Morocco, I didn’t think four little days out of Paris could seem like weeks on another planet. I didn’t think I would crash my car into a metal fence either but that’s a different story (no one got hurt, if you’re wondering). During these four little days in the South East of the country, we (I travelled with an amazing group of girls + 3 guys) got enough time to :

Visit the cinema studios in Ouarzazate

Travel to Zagora

Meet a terrifying scorpion by the pool (not exaggerating AT ALL)

Enter the desert

Drive in the dunes and feel the Paris-Dakar pilot being born in us

Ride a camel to our camp

Watch the sunset

Watch the stars

Camp in the desert

Visit Pacha El Glaoui’s Kasbah (a very huge morrocan mansion which belonged to a very wealthy moroccan pasha)

Travel to Aït Ben Haddou

Visit typical jewelry and rugs workshops

Wave hands to douzens of kids along the road, and meet others

Eat tons of (delicious) tajines. And moroccan crepes. And couscous. And pastries.

Meet great people and listen to their stories

Go back to Marrakech for a wonderful last night

Travel back to Paris sitting next to the French athletics team (yes, they’re very nice and, no, I still can’t believe we caught the same plane… even if it took me ages to recognise them all)

And way more things I can’t relate right now (apparently too much of moroccan crepes obstructs memory). Thanks to all of those who made this trip happen, it was gold. Photographic proof below.

x Pauline

 

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

Morocco, mon amour - Road trip in Morocco

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