Tangier Morocco Travel Blogs

Browse 21 travel blogs from Tangier, Morocco. Read Tangier travel blogs, travel journals, and travelogues from fellow travelers.
#1 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Oct 18, 2013 – Nov 02, 2013
It’s just a short flight from Barcelona to Tangier where Europe ends and Africa begins - on the way to the airport we can…
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This blog was featured on Thursday December 19th, 2013
#2 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Jan 26, 2008 – Feb 28, 2008
Remembering my first Trip to Tanger  As I see the African continent get closer and closer, memories start flooding back f…
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This blog was featured on Monday April 7th, 2014
#3 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Oct 12, 2007 – Oct 28, 2007
My last morning in Morocco.  Had my last breakfast with the group early that morning. After breakfast Bronwyn and I went b…
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This blog was featured on Tuesday January 1st, 2008
#4 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Jul 15, 2011 – Sep 17, 2015
Despite facing what I believe to be racism on board the ferry to Africa from Europe, most of the rest of Morocco beckoned me in…
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This blog was featured on Wednesday November 9th, 2011
#5 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
Viva Afrique
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Jan 21, 2008 – Mar 01, 2008
I traveled for 20 hours, y'all.  First, I had to catch the 22:20 train from Barcelona to Madrid-Chamartin.  It reache…
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#6 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
Into the Dark Continent...Morocco: Part 1
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Feb 25, 2008 – Apr 03, 2008
We woke up at the crack of dawn so we could be downstairs in time to catch the bus for our big overnight in Morocco. The bus ca…
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#7 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Jul 20, 2009 – Aug 01, 2009
There is always going to be one blip in any travel plans. This was always going to be a day of travelling to get to our end des…
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This blog was featured on Saturday August 8th, 2009
#8 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Mar 21, 2010 – Apr 08, 2010
After a leisurely breakfast of bread, ham, salami, tea and coffee at the hotel´s location downtown in Tarifa, we went to …
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This blog was featured on Sunday June 13th, 2010
#9 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Mar 15, 2013 – Mar 25, 2013
This morning we left the blue town to spend the day in the seaside town of Tangier. We caught the local bus which was an intere…
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This blog was featured on Sunday February 2nd, 2014
#10 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
One Day Trip to Morocco
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Dec 18, 2006
Okay, so I did the one day trip to Tangier from southern Spain. For some reason I have always wanted to do this, so I finally d…
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#11 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
Into the Dark Continent: Morocco Part 2
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Feb 25, 2008 – Apr 03, 2008
Before I get to the tour, let me talk about the taxis and roadways in Tanger. First of all, the taxis are miniscule! The remind…
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#12 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Oct 18, 2013 – Nov 02, 2013
We get up and since our hotel doesn’t serve breakfast we head down to one of the local restaurants down at the Grand Socc…
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This blog was featured on Thursday December 19th, 2013
#13 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
Hell Train - Ship Ahoy!!
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Apr 25, 1992 – Feb 12, 1993
During dinner with our Fes guide he said our plans to cross into Algeria and make our way into the heart of Africa were not the…
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#14 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
Day One in Tanger
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Aug 27, 2007 – Aug 28, 2007
When you first get to Morocco and the honeymoon stage wears off (you know when you look at normal stuff and it suddenly become…
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#15 of 21 Tangier travel blogs
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Jun 08, 2005 – Jun 22, 2005
Tangier has always served as a gateway city with its location on the Pillars of Hercules on the straight of Gibraltar.  Be…
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This blog was featured on Friday February 5th, 2010
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