This third and penultimate Morocco post covers the middle section of Intrepid’s Best of Morocco trip — the wild, scenic and adventurous week between Fes and Essaouira.
Watching geocaching trackables travel the world is a lot of fun. Especially when they visit places I haven’t been before.
Our day in the ancient city of Fes featured plenty of artisans' shops, including the famous tannery, textiles and ceramics. Also discovered chicken pastilla - yum!
Day 10 of our horse trek involved very bad hair, escaping horses and other mirth-inducing high jinks on the Mongolian steppes.
During my recent travels in the UK and Morocco, I was pretty damn excited to add geocaching to my list of activities.
The third post detailing my walk from St Ives to Falmouth along England's South West Coast Path (in Cornwall) last October.
Back in October I spent a couple of weeks hiking the UK's South West Coast Path in Cornwall -- from St Ives to Falmouth. The complete distance is 102 miles (according to the South West Coast Path website). I wrote about the first stage of my journey while taking a couple of rest days in... Continue Reading →