It takes over 15 hours to get from where I live to Morocco, it also takes a $$ ticket and a tourist visa. So, it's not easy.
My H and I tried to go last year but an additional perk to get the visa was that we had to travel to another country to get it as there is no Embassy/Consulate here...
We had a good time, learned much, eyes were wide open, we came across extremely nice people... here is some of the things we saw:
The pool view in our Riad
The best breakfast ever...
Rose, lavender, chamomile
Gorgeous nature, the Atlas... just a reminder of how small we are
Everyday Coca Cola written in another language
Windows I wanted to peek through
Loui, whom I would have preferred to see in a classroom
The tent we slept in one of our nights in the desert
The camels that patiently took us across the desert to M'hamid
What a wonderful animal this is, there is so much wisdom in their walk
A lazy cat and a floor tile that is artwork to me
Everyday things, like this window are worth looking at more than once
My feet in the sand....grounded, as close to the earth as I can be
Sand dunes... the perfect place to clear your head.. but, not your hair!
An amazing place to visit.... Morocco !