Morocco Part II: Fes, Volubilis + Rabat, Oh My!

Once again, I must apologize for the delay, as of late school has consumed me – mind, body and soul.

Upon arriving in Fes after a seven hour drive we were welcomed into another breathtaking riad. We had initially been told that Fes would be absolute chaos, but the streets of Fes proved far more local and peaceful than Marrakech. The medina was very similar in structure and in practice, the hanging meats were still ready to be bought, the sounds of children shrieking as they ran through the streets and the ever-present smell of tangine and mint tea hung in the air.

below are photos taken throughout out time in Fes, as well as our stops along the way.

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We only spent one night in Rabat, but I must say that I was blown away by the beauty of the coastal capital. Below are several images from our quick stop by the ocean.

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Below are images of Volubilis, the Roman ruins that we toured while en-route back to Marrakech, absolutely incredible to see.

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Ava makes sweet bee friend pt. I

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