Hopefully this archive will be greatly expanded in the not-too-distant future. I had planned a 6-week trip to Morocco, nearly three traveling independently with Erik and then four at an artist residency at the edge of the Sahara. I'd been looking forward to this for many months as 2020's birthday trip. But our trip was aborted to only 4 days as Morocco closed its borders in response to the spreading Coronavirus. I was prepared that I may have to cut the trip short, but we never imagined we'd have to cut it *that* short. However, we packed a lot into our four days, during which time we were stationed at a guesthouse in the medina of Marrakech. For now, here are posts from those days and I hope I may return one day to finish the itinerary I had planned.
We visit the spectacular tombs from the 16th century Saadian dynasty and stroll through the quaint Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech.
We drive out to the seaside town of Essaouria in search of its famous boats, with interesting sights and adventures along the way.
Medinas are for meandering, and we do it to the max in the expansive Marrakech maze. Take a virtual walk with me through the sights, smells and kitty sightings.
Take a virtual tour of the opulent Bahia Palace, the legacy of one man's rise to power.
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We have an instant overwhelming immersion into Morocco driving and the Marrakech medina.
We must leave Morocco because of the spreading Coronavirus, but we go out with a bang and a very full tummy.