Feeling welcome in Morocco

Being in Morocco isn’t hard. Getting to it isn’t either. I (Sander) flew into Morocco from Eindhoven to Fez for under 30 euro. Renate made her way via Spain (Malaga and Melilla), where we met up. Melilla is a shoppers’ paradise, with tax free shopping and corresponding prices. Finding decent accommodation could pose a challenge, but in the end everything played out well. Melilla is a small Spanish enclave city perched on the edge of Morocco, separated by a 33 million euro fence. It’s the first entry into Europe from the African mainland, and because of that the border formalities are enforced more. Continue reading “Feeling welcome in Morocco”