Travel Diary Morocco

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Hassan II Mosque:

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First day in and I noticed that people here speaks french. Also, many police officers with guns scattered everywhere. Another fact that I found out was that gay marriages is still illegal here so any act of holding hands with the same gender might result in prison or getting shot, from what I’ve heard.

Old Medina:

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Ended the day with this epic sunset view.

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King of Morocco’s Royal Palace in Rabat:

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Mausoleum of Mohammed V:

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The mausoleum is made out of marble and it is so unbelievably pretty!
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The guard wouldn’t let me take a picture but YOLO
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The fortress to the Roman Ruins

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The world famous mint tea
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Inside a fortress in Rabat

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Graveyard
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How I ended the day

Morocco have been awesome. I enjoyed it tremendously. I hope to be back here again someday and experience more what it has to offer. I’m looking at you Marrakech. ‘Till next time.

xx

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