Backpacking in Morocco : Doing A Food Tour with Marrakesh Food Tours

Backpacking in Morocco: An Enchanting Evening with Marrakesh Food Tours

On a spontaneous and unexpected trip, I was back in Africa in 2017. It was my first time to spend Christmas on this continent and completed a personal 5 continent Christmas (Asia, Africa, America, Oceania, Europe) so I guess I’m done with that now. Polish and Northern Irish Christmases for the rest of my life Read more about Backpacking in Morocco: An Enchanting Evening with Marrakesh Food Tours[…]

Backpacking in Western Sahara: My Stay at the Hotel Jodesa in El-Aaiun

In December 2017, after a couple of days in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh, I took a border bus south to Africa’s west coast, this time crossing from Morocco into Western Sahara (still a debated country). I was ready to explore El-Aaiun the capital city of Western Sahara in 2017 and it was time to Read more about Backpacking in Western Sahara: My Stay at the Hotel Jodesa in El-Aaiun[…]

World Borders: How to Get From Morocco to Western Sahara (Marrakesh to El Aaiún by Bus)

My ongoing border crossing into unrecognised countries and wacaday micronations continued as I backpacked overland from Morocco into Western Sahara on a bus. It is an overland border crossing that can also be done easily by air. Though by air, you will be questioned more on arrival. You are barely noticed when you bus border Read more about World Borders: How to Get From Morocco to Western Sahara (Marrakesh to El Aaiún by Bus)[…]

Backpacking in Morocco: My Stay at the Kaktus Hostel in Marrakesh

I finally arrived in Morocco in 2017 and it was time to be a backpacker in one of the most backpacked countries in Africa. It was also my fifth visit to Africa and my tenth African country (or twelfth if I count transits at the airports in Kenya and Mauritania, but I don’t). My previous Read more about Backpacking in Morocco: My Stay at the Kaktus Hostel in Marrakesh[…]

Backpacking in Morocco and Western Sahara: Suck You Algeria

Backpacking in Morocco and Western Sahara: Suck You Algeria

On my 100 country quest in 2015 I was supposed to backpack to Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Western Sahara and then get a boat to Gibraltar. However the Algerian Embassy is the most corrupt and nasty embassy in the world and they refused my 8 day tourist visa for Algeria after I had spent £1,500 (plus) Read more about Backpacking in Morocco and Western Sahara: Suck You Algeria[…]

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Staying Healthy While Travelling to Africa

Africa is the hottest continent and the second largest in terms of size and population in the world. Around 60% land in the continent is desert, which is why the northern half of the continent has hot and arid weather conditions. The continent is also known for its tropical diseases such as malaria, cholera etc., Read more about Staying Healthy While Travelling to Africa[…]

Backpacking in Algeria: Top 0 Sights

There were none and the reason I am putting this up today is just because I have every country’s flag on my homepage that I toured and to keep my mind at ease I had to include it. Algeria goes hand in hand with Venezuela as the worst countries I have ever been to. Horrible, Read more about Backpacking in Algeria: Top 0 Sights[…]

How Did Cape Town become the Best African Travel Destination? Find Out!

I have had four ventures into Africa so far in life, each time smuggling at least a brace of countries into my backpack, my first ever African country, was actually South Africa…Cape Town South Africa holds the distinction of being the southern-most urban center in Africa, as well as the second largest city on the Read more about How Did Cape Town become the Best African Travel Destination? Find Out![…]

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