Morocco

    Day 1

    Day 01 - Tuesday, March 10, 2009 - Flight - Denver to NY JFK to Morocco

    With our new Daylight Saving Time it was still very dark when our alarm went of at 6:00 AM. We showered and finished our few remaining chores and said goodbye to our furry friends...

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    Day 02 - Wednesday, March 11, 2009 - Flight to Casablanca, Morocco and Transfer to Marrakech

    Our overnight Trans-Atlantic flight was actually only 7.5 hours. We read, tried to sleep a little, but found the noise, the broken seats, and the lights that either did not work or then when...

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    Day 03 - Thursday, March 12, 2009 - Tour Marrakesh/Experience Djemaa El-Fna Square

    What a difference a good night’s sleep makes! We missed the dawn call to prayer and did not get up until our alarm went off at 7:00.

    We enjoyed our buffet breakfast outside on the roof top...

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    Day 04 - Friday, March 13, 2009 - Excursion to Cascades d'Ouzoud

    The alarm went off at 6:30 and we were up on the terrace with Vilma and Barbara at 7:15 for our breakfast. It was a bit cooler today; the temperature was 66º and the humidity was 62%.

    Jamal...

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    Day 05 - Saturday, March 14, 2009 – “Optional” Optional – Berber Market - Argane Trees - Essaouria – Old City

    We woke up to overcast skies and the Kestrel Weather Meter said it was 64º with 62% humidity. The terrace staff was not quite ready for us as we...

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    Day 06 - Sunday, March 15, 2009 – Free Day Optional - The Route to Tahnaout, Asni National Park, Toubkal Range, Ourika Valley -

    PLEASE CHANGE THE MAP TO HYBRID VIEW

    Good Morning Sunshine! We had a later departure this morning so the alarm did not go off until 7:30....

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    Personal Evaluation of Our Pre-Trip: Marrakech, Morocco with Overseas Adventure Travel

    My wife and I were part of the OAT Tunisia trip that was a scheduled to begin on March 15. We took the Pre-Trip to Marrakech, Morocco that began on March 10. As we have been on 14 OAT...

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Day 2: Goat Cave Karst Nature Preserve


The Preserve was set aside to buffer some of the ecologically sensitive karsts in the area from encroaching neighborhoods. Karsts are caves that feed directly into the Edwards Aquifer below ground.

Because the three caves can be dangerous to hikers and nonprofessional spelunkers, they are...

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