Marrakesh, Morocco – Episode 41

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The Amateur Traveler interviews Rod about his trip to Marrakesh in Morocco: Jemaa El Fnaa market, The Medina, the casbah and more. Adventure in Morocco with Paris thrown in for free (airfare). Some surprising facts about Moroccan food.

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.



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Jnan

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that was a excellent description of Marrakesh. I had been there last June 07 . excellent guide for anyone planning to go there. 5 days is sufficient for Marrakesh. do not miss the food stalls at the Djemma el fna

Salim Arkadan

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Hello there

This really is an excellent description of Marrakech. I loved this place so much that I now live here!

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I’ll be visiting this blog regularly…keep it up…

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Sofia Hndz Banning

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Hi Chris,
My name is Sofia, I live in San Diego, CA. I am sure you get this a lot… But I ABSOLUTELY LOVE LOVE LOVE your show. I often listen to podcasts at work, in the car, when I am in my “dreaming” mode… All the time! Your ability to ask the proper questions and help the narrator express himself in a descriptive manner astonishes me.
Chris, I am planning a trip to Morocco with my friend Jasmine from Australia and we will be traveling to Morocco. I have heard your Morocco podcasts and I wanted to ask your professional opinion regarding our trip. We are planning to go to Morocco May 1-6, 2016, we have a limited budget, and a limited amount of time. What do you suggest we do? Do you know any tours that we can take?
I know you are busy… So if I don’t hear back I understand!
Keep up with your amazing podcast! Rock on with your bad self!

Sincerely,
Sofia

chris2x

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Sofia, With just 6 days I might focus on just a couple of places, depending on what you like. Maybe Marrakech and Essaouira or just Fez. It would be easy to spend all of 6 days just getting places.

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