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CAMEL TREK IN MOROCCO

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I had the absolute pleasure of visiting Morocco for the first time and on the advice of a friend decided to indulge in the camel trek across the desert....What a thrill! Getting and staying on that camel was the hardest part but oh what a wonderful experience! My guide was a very nice young man Aziz who was very knowledgeable and answered all questions politely..next to the camel ride the campfire and music was a big highlight as well....if you have an opportunity to go to this wonderful magical place do think about trying the camel trek!

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