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Morocco: A Tale of Sand, Snow and 1001 Nighttime Photos

The Sahara, probably the most archetypical of all deserts, just the thought alone evokes images of caravans, windswept sand and wide dune fields. The desert attracts adventurers and travellers alike, despite the prospect of inhospitable sandstorm, blistering heat and a merciless sun.

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As already outlined in the introduction, the first leg lead me from Z├╝rich to Genoa. At that time of year, there’s no other choice but to take the highway and…

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After the first night in Morocco (which was already quite cold, almost down to freezing) I departed eastward, following the Mediterranean cost. A nice winding road brought me to the…

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…or how chance encounters can result in some of the best travel memories. This episode is less about riding and more about one of these events that unfold only if…

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From the small village in the eastern part of the Atlas, I continued southwards to the famous dune field of Erg Chebbi. We all have seen dakar pilots, blazing over…

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I finished the last episode in the village of Tamtetouchte. From there I went southwards to cross the Anti-Atlas, and what a crossing that was. The dirt road from Ikniouen…

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After 12 days in rural Morocco, I planned to visit one of the cities. I didn’t have any preference and Marrakesh was closest and on my way northwards, so there…

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