Travel Journal: Sahara and Erg Chigaga
Travel Journal: Dadès, Drâa and The Valley of 1,000 Kasbahs
There are things we all think we know about the Sahara, the most famous of the world's deserts.
Travel Journal: Fés
The sound of walking on pisé sticks with you. Each footfall is dulled, and a little hollow and echoing. It's disconcerting, giving you the feeling that the structure you're standing on could crumble if you shift your weight in just the wrong way. It's something you're bound to notice as you venture out into Morocco's Drâa and Dadès Valleys.
Travel Journal: Tetouan
A person's ability to enjoy Fés is directly correlated to their tolerance for getting lost. Like, profoundly lost.
Travel Journal: Chefchaouen
I have a proposition for you, reader: Let's keep this one quiet.
Travel Journal: Tangier
Is it possible to strike a balance between kicking back in atmospheric beauty and dodging daytrippers, the odd burnout and boho fashion victims on selfie benders?
I was 100 percent prepared to not like Tangier.