Mountains of Morocco: Transitioning Away

After a lovely morning exploring and doing a bit of souvenir shopping (olives, preserved lemons, figs, dates, a tangene, scarf, and table covering-showing my love of food and eating), it was time to say good bye to the coast and drive back to Marrakech. We’ve entered the transition zone and begin flying towards home tomorrow. We’re hoping to visit a Hammam tomorrow ant enjoy a little more roaming in the souks. It’s been a grand adventure and I always find transitioning out of such times a bit of a challenge. I’m looking forward to being able to share more photos once I’m home. Off to one last team dinner.

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3 Responses to Mountains of Morocco: Transitioning Away

  1. Anonymous says:

    What a journey it must have been and yes, I can relate to your issue of transitioning… some discomfort but inevitable a positive outcome! Cannot wait to hear the stories and see more pics!

  2. Trudy Veitch says:

    Even the names of the places you’ve been are an adventure in themselves…!!

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