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Outdoors in Morocco

February 14, 2014


STOP signs are not common in Morocco. We just got back from a phenomenal trip with OAT. (Overseas Adventure Travel). We spent as much time in the outdoors as in the cities. So stay tuned for thought-provoking and beautiful photos of Morocco.


Morocco is not warm at this time of year. As we crossed the Atlas Mountains we encountered snow and ice.


The warmest temperature we experienced was about 60 degrees F.


This is the tent we stayed in during our two nights in the Sahara.  It was FREEZING.  The hot water bottles they gave us before bedtime were pure joy.  Since coming home I have gone high tech. and have gone to bed hugging an electric heating pad. Try it!

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  1. Crossing the Atlas mountains in ice and snow must have been exciting! I had no idea there was that kind of weather there.

    • So much we did not know about Morocco. More to share in the near future. Of all the places we have traveled it is one I would return to even before I went on to explore new places. I have to figure out a way to do it justice in words or photos.

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