Advantages: Great for a relax for a night or two Disadvantages: Not too much to see - a full day and you've done it.
...the two cities. First, the sprawl of Marrakech seemed to go on for miles, with a lot of half finished new apartments, and space being converted to luxury golf hotels miles from the city centre.
After that we spotted a lot of very arid and poor farmland and then plantations of Argon trees (used for Morocco?s famous oil) before reaching another town with another load of those unfinished housing...
Advantages: Great food and shopping Disadvantages: Perverts, beggars and forceful vendors
...A WHOLE NEW WORLD?
I was going through some of my travel pictures with a friend the other day, and that spurred me on to write about my very best travel memories. My trip to Morocco was certainly a memorable one- albeit the fact that I got sunburned, harassed by beggars and street vendors. But I still have some fond memories of this place, especially the fabulous architecture and nightlife...
Advantages: Hot, lovely beaches, good trips out of the city. Disadvantages: A clone of any other seaside resort. Predatory men.
Agadir is a city on the Atlantic in The South West of Morocco. I stayed there for a week a while ago and had a very unusual time there. I had been overworking and decided I needed a week's rest. Agadir ticked the boxes, warm, cheap, somewhere I'd never been before, it sounded interesting. I booked it late off the teletext and off I went!
My travel agents in their wisdom...