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The morning in the desert, Morocco

On15,08,2015

What an amazing feeling to wake up in the desert that morning. Then, the other people started waking up gradually one after the other. We rode a camel who seemed asleep to go back to our base.On our way back, I saw the Sun rising in the other side of the horizon. It was so big and beautiful that it filled my heart with such an emotion that I can’t describe.

With my Japanese, Korean ,Chinese traveler

With Italian travelers

The sun rising in the desert

After that, I had to part ways with the group I spent time with the last three days and headed to Fès, my next destination. I feel sad every time I had to leave people. I left Japan to travel around the world alone, but, I wouldn’t be able to enjoy the journey, if I haven’t met all those people on the way.
I like meeting new people more than seeing new places. Anyway, I got on the bus with a Korean woman whom I befriended during the Sahara desert tour.

About 10 hours later, we arrived in Fès. Fès is a city famous for its labyrinths. The old town has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage in 1981. As might be expected of a city of the labyrinths, it’s really easy to get lost here unless you’re a local.
I then walked through the narrow and winding alley with a heavy luggage and finally arrived at the hostel in Fès.

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Sanyam

Watching a sunrise in a desert is still a dream for me and even I can’t imagine how beautiful it will be!!

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Lou

So amazing, I was supposed to be travelling to Morocco this weekend, but had to postpone. I’ll be living vicariously through you instead 🙂

Lou
reallifewithlou.com

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life-adventurer

Hi!!Lou! Thank you for your comment! I’m really happy to hear that! Morocco was amazing ! I hope that you could go to visit Morocco soon!!

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Lisbeth

Great to hear about your travels

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life-adventurer

Hi!!! Anna! Thank you for your comment! Yes, people are friendly and food is good!! And I like Marrakesh the most in Morocco. So exciting! I’m not sure about local government…

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Jane

Fumiko it’s Jane from theblurbspot.com. I really love your travel blog, it’s very genuine. I like that you interact with the locals, and actually immerse yourself in the culture.

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life-adventurer

Thank you for nice comment! Jane!! I’m still really beginner. But I’m really encouraged by your message!!

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