back to marrakesh

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We stopped often on our way back to the city: to admire the landscape, to eat lunch, to explore a kasbah, etc... - notably, Telouet which is crumbling and has a rich history. The detail in every inch of the rooms is astonishing. 

At some point, we saw a goat-herder on the side of the road. There were about 5 or 6 goats peering over a rock and then suddenly we were surrounded by what seemed like hundreds of them. These photos and video seem underwhelming compared to the actual experience. But, it's not every day that you see a massive herd of goats scale the side of a mountain...



We ended our last evening in Marrakesh with dinner at Al Fassia which happens to be owned and operated by women only. I'm going to miss the rose water they put on your hands at the nice restaurants in Morocco - such a lovely way to start a meal. We shared the pigeon pastilla as an appetizer. I know we said that we weren't in a rush to try pigeon again but Amine (our driver/friend) said we had to have one before we left. It was pretty good!



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12 comments

  1. What an exciting vacation! Always love visiting your blog and your faraway destinations.

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  2. stunning photos. I love the goats, its definitely not an every day occurance!

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  3. The interior on that building is just incredible. I think I would just stare at it all day. And I love the goats. Every time I've gone camping in the past two years we wake up surrounded by goats. So funny!

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  4. The scenery is absolutely gorgeous! I don't know if I could ever eat pigeon.
    p.s. Alex, love your shirt. The Strokes are my fave.

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  5. this post is absolutely amazing.
    congratulations.
    love the colours, the subjects, the framings.
    selene
    http://hipandchips.blogspot.it/

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  6. That is all so pretty and the food looks fantastic.


    /Avy

    http://mymotherfuckedmickjagger.blogspot.com

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  7. 1st shot is absolute perfection!!!!!!! Love the window shots too.

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  8. I love following your travels. How do you and your boyfriend afford all of your wonderful trips? Any travel tips to save money and see lots?

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  9. SOOOOOOO stunning! You make it look so romantic! I can only hope that my Morocco pictures will turn out so good once I start going through them!

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  10. I'm always amazed by your colourful pictures! So amazing! I loved this post because I have a soft spot for sheep and goats and those baby goats/sheep on the video are adorable.
    Waiting to hear more about your trip!

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  11. My BF and I were just in Marrakesh in November and stayed at Al Fassia - great place!!! Did you get a hammam?

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  12. amazing place, amazing pics!!
    I really like your blog, I´m following you :D
    ... maybe if you have time, you could visit my blog too, and if you like it, follow me back ;)
    Kisses!
    http://modacapital-blog.com

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