Today we visit the stunning Todra Gorge, and an abandoned mosque in Tingher.
We head to Skoura, where we would visit a 17th century citadel, and I would fall in love ... with a loom!
One last short camel ride in the Red Dunes, before continuing on to Tingher and Tomboctu.
Today's the day! My camel trek into the Red Dunes of Erg Chebbi - part of the Western Sahara and the tallest sand dunes in Morocco.
Today we will climb into the Middle Atlas Mountains to see wild monkeys, and to a kasbah in Merzouga, at the edge of the Western Sahara.
Fez is the second oldest city in the world after Jerusalem. It lays claim to the first psychiatric and surgical hospitals, the oldest university and library (coincidentally, founded by a woman) and the world's 3rd largest mosque.
Volubilis was a caravansary for the Berbers and the capital of Mauritania, before becoming an important Roman outpost in the 2nd century BCE. It marked the furthest reach of the Roman Empire into Africa.
We arrive in Fez. And then, a series of small unfortunate events starts to occur... Shoe photo courtesy of Brenda Dougal Merriman.
The manorhouse inside the Qasaba is the home of an Ethnographic Museum, displaying traditional Moroccan craft.
Nearing sunset, a pale blue and white landscape comes into view. It's Chefchaouen, a mountain community built in 1471. Photo credit: Mark Charteris.