Published on February 9th, 2015


Catching Up Series: Morocco 8 of 8 [VIDEO]

And now… {insert drum roll here please} For the 8th and FINAL post in the Catching Up: Morocco series – I present you with a (no less than) 12 minute (!) video of my entire romp around Morocco in 2009 – among my most EXCELLENT solo travel adventures.

Date: Some time after I returned home from Morocco
Pecked from: Seattle

Morocco: The Movie
(do click on the “full screen” Youtube icon to best view the captions)

Fast-forward 5 years:

I must say… as this little TL blog serves as my own personal diary (along with hopefully halfway entertaining you all), I’m delighted that I finally got up off my butt and transferred these many tales – once pecked from stray internet cafes in Africa. Indeed, very satisfying to have things all in one digital place.

Stay tuned – with any luck, I’m now inspired to likewise transfer my long ago tales of Bali and Egypt…


About the Author

Off-the-beaten-path travel is my passion,and I’ve always lived life “like-a-kid-in-a-candy-store” – eager to sample as many flavors as I can. Indeed, my life motto has long been: This ain’t a dress rehearsal, folks!

4 Responses to Catching Up Series: Morocco 8 of 8 [VIDEO]

  1. Goats brains! I haven’t had them since I in East LA. Salivating already.

    Nice photos, as expected.
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    • Dyanne says:

      Thanks FLN. But about those goat cerebellums… I dare say (though I’ve eaten worse, and actually LIKE roasted crickets), uh… let’s just say there will likely be no more animal brains in my future. 😉

  2. Wow! Thanks for the amazing glimpse into your time in Morocco. We’ll be heading over to Spain in May to start our European travels and we plan on a (long) side trip to this amazing country!
    Anita @ No Particular Place To Go kindly contributed to world literature by posting…Unexpected Journeys: Going to CuracaoMy Profile

    • Dyanne says:

      Oh my yes Anita – Morocco, definitely not to be missed. Indeed, do allow at least 10 days to 2 weeks. Ever so diverse and exotic.

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