The road chose me A lifetime of ebb and flow

The sand blew patterns in the dunes that changed overnight 3

The Sahara Desert

I meet up with a few other foreigners at a particularly posh resort complex in Merzouga, where I trade the Jeep for some local transport. A camel. We load up and head out into...

Dan and the Jeep in Morocco 6

New Continent, Same Tricks

I’ll be the first to admit I don’t strictly follow all road rules when driving in undeveloped countries. Maybe I don’t really follow any of them. Alright, alright, I admit it, I completely ignore...

Camping at the oasis 5

Sources De Meski

I wind down out of the mountains, and stumble across the magical Sources De Meski. After driving hundreds of miles through sun-baked, rocky desert, I’ve found an actual oasis. An honest to goodness, like...

My spot right on the lake 5

The Middle Atlas Mountains

After the hustle and heat of Fes, I’m ready for some peace and quiet in the mountains. I have heard stories of the mighty Atlas Mountains for years, and I am grinning from ear...

The Fes Market at ground level 6

Fes Market

The beautiful city of Fez is the medieval capital of Morocco, founded in 789, and is very well known for it’s sprawling old city, the Medina. The walled city is the oldest city of...

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