Morocco | Photo Essay, June 2017

Marrakech, a heady blend of labryinthal souks, colourful Medina streets, mysterious snake charmers performing at the Djemma El Fna and the enchanting sound of the call to prayer echoing around the medina. We continued our journey, through the High Atlas Region towards to the gateway of the Sahara: The ancient fortified ksar of Aït Ben Haddou. This captivating UNESCO World Heritage site is home to some fine examples of Moroccan traditional earthen clay architecture, and walking through its winding alleyways is truly like stepping back in time.

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