As I walk through the medina of Fez, I am fascinated by everything around me. Everything, that is, except the touts. So how do I deal with these people?
The old capital of Morocco, Fez, is the largest medina in the world. Exploring the maze of little streets leaves you wondering where you are in time.
Although it was built 500 years ago, the Ben Youssef Madrasa has hardly changed. Once the largest Islamic school in North Africa, it’s now a must visit!
Built in the 1800s, this Marrakech palace is an insight into the luxury of nobility and a beautiful example of Moroccan and Islamic art.
This earthen settlement still feels as special as when it was built in the desert centuries ago – you can see why it’s now a set for Game of Thrones too.
A long way from Hollywood, this desolate desert in Northern Africa has been the setting for many blockbusters – and you can see the sets left behind.
I had never heard of Essaouira before – it’s hardly one of the most famous places in Morocco. So I went to find out why it’s a World Heritage Site.
The cats rule this courtyard in the Moroccan city of Essaouira. They have a system – and we are but their humble servants.
It’s all blue. The beautiful port in the Moroccan city of Essaouira was once so important but now it’s the azure colours that make it worth a visit.