Africa


After the dismantlement of the French colony that occupied the North of Africa until 1912, Tangier was under the joint administration of nine countries nearly all Europeans, and somehow abandoned to its fate. Because of this, until 1956 Tangier was an international city, capital of the European and American bourgeois exile and a meeting place for people of the most disparate conditions and nationalities. As a free city with quite...

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I had already visited Morocco on two other occasions and Tetouan had never appeared in any of these tours.  It is not that is not listed in the travel guides, but too often is described as “city of pass” or as a “city to avoid” for travelers for the insecurity. However, in this time I must say I was quite curious and with high expectations for the visit to the city of Tetouan. It seemed to be the hub of a largely...

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Located 64 km from Tetouan, 100 km from Ceuta and 120 km from Tangier the beautiful city of Chefchaouen in the region of Gomara western Rif sits at the foot of the mountains Jebel Tisouka and Jebel  Megou, about 2000 m high. The toponym of the city means “looking at the horns” in reference to these two towering peaks that dominate it. Chefchaouen, Chefchaouen or Xaouen, is one of the most photogenic and most pleasant...

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The Majorelle Gardens in the imperial city of Marrakech is one of the most enjoyable tours that can be done in the red city. Especially if you have already been immersed in its chaos for some days, wandering every nooks and crannies and the labyrinthine alleys of the Medina, visiting souks or immersed into the crowds. It is ideal for slow down the pace, find calm and recharge our energy. The gardens are located in one of the most...

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Marrakech is known as the “Pearl of the South”. Mythic city, cultural, inspiration for artists, Marrakech is a very dynamic city for which I think there is not a  middle ground, you either love and come back again and again, because the city is never the same, there are always new places to discover, or you hate it. As occurred with Fez, there are two well differentiated Marrakech, the modern Marrakech, with wide avenues,...

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950 kms from Cairo, following the course of the Nile for the south is the legendary city of Aswan. Aswan comes from the ancient Egyptian word “Soun” meaning souk or trade and is located on the southern border of Egypt, a strategic location on the trade route. In the past it was the last “civilized” point before the caravans in search of woods, incense, myrrh, exotic animals, and slaves entered in black Africa....

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