Monochromatic – In Morocco

Todra Gorge in MoroccoOh how I love these photo challenges. It’s a weekly opportunity to dive into long forgotten trips and memories.

This picture was taken on a walk through Todra Gorge in Morocco. We got up early and went on a guided tour for 2 hours. Our guide was lovely and incredibly chatty. He showed us secret corners and caves of the gorge and invited us to have tea with his friends who lived in one of the caves. Unbelievable that people actually lived there. I regret that we rushed back to our hotel to get a ride to our next destination. Apparently there are tours through the Gorge that last 8 hours and longer. You can even walk up the gorge to look down into the canyon. This is definitely a place where I want to go back and explore the place a bit more.

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5 Responses to Monochromatic – In Morocco

  1. Yes I believe I have missed out on great experiences by rushing off to the next experience. But life is so rich – any experience is worth having.

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  2. Steffi says:

    Thanks Molly, i’ll check out your blog as well.

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  3. molly says:

    I have no knowledge of this part of the world but really enjoyed your post. Glad I found it.
    Most of my hiking knowledge is of the continental United States, in national parks on the east coast and in the west. I recently started blogging about some of it – alifeelectric.com

    I enjoyed reading this!

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  4. Steffi says:

    We’ve done Toubkal, too. Lovely guides up there: https://hikingmadness.wordpress.com/2014/12/23/mount-toubkal-summit-4167m/ I came across an Abdul and Mohammed as well. Maybe the same ones? 🙂

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  5. KragRags says:

    Lovely country and very hospitable people. If you’re heading back there, you might be interested in this too https://kragrags.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/morocco

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