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While we were in Morocco, we spent a lot of time off the grid. That said, our phones were the easiest way to record and share our experiences while out and about. We were so happy with how the photos turned out that we wanted to share them here too! So here's a tour of Morocco through our iPhone lens.
Jordan, four years old and all of 32 pounds, makes a beeline for a sitting camel and bounds on top without a moments hesitation. I exchange a tentative glance with Charles, debating how much I should worry about our little girl's sudden bond with a 1,000 pound animal. Mohammad, the camel's handler is completely unfazed by Jordan's enthusiasm, though I'm fairly sure that small girls with wild golden ringlets don't fling themselves on top of his camels every day...
Marrakesh's Medina is everything every guidebook says it is: a vibrant, teeming and wild assault on the eyes, ears and nose. Hustlers, touts, tourists, merchants, mopeds, cars, and even donkeys pulling carts of fresh vegetables somehow make their way along the narrow alleyways, as Moroccan grandmothers totter along seemingly oblivious to the chaos around them. It's this chaos that makes Marrakech's riads a perfect, calm place to escape. Check out our guide to finding the perfect retreat from the chaotic city streets and souks.