Morocco Travel Guide

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Marrakesh

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2241,6187,858

Casablanca

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529,1377,63

Agadir

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251,758,74

Tangier

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484,1173,34

Essaouira

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526,1454,111

Fes

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447,1157,117

Rabat

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513,1230,39

Tetouan

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108,309,9

Chefchaouene

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92,326,15

Merzouga

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138,625,21

Asilah

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99,299,4

Ouarzazate

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143,450,44

Agadir

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59,99,0

El Jadida

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21,109,10

Imlil

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47,113,0

Meknes

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102,256,26

Zagora

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112,297,17

Larache

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61,120,0

Rissani

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82,319,1

Volubilis

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50,217,0

Safi

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23,72,5

Tafraoute

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55,185,0

Ait Ben Haddou

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115,365,7

Taza

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56,87,0

Moulay Idriss

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31,113,0

Kasba Tadla

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15,45,0

Azrou

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18,49,0

Sidi Ifni

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40,102,0

Guelmim

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Africa/Morocco/Guelmim-2113682/TravelGuide-Guelmim.html

18,36,0

Erfoud

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24,54,11

Agdz

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29,93,0

Fes al Bali

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35,77,1

Setti Fatma

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9,67,0

Atlas

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41,120,0

Taroudannt

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44,116,0

Ouzoud

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10,72,0

Tinerhir

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35,130,8

Oualidia

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10,37,0

Nador

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8,19,1

Chichaoua

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4,2,0

Imilchil

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8,57,0

Al Hoceima

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9,6,0

Kenitra

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1,6,0

Meski

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10,22,0

Sale

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40,104,0

Taghazout

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6,26,0

El Kelaa des Mgouna

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5,34,0

Telouet

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Africa/Morocco/Province_d_Ouarzazate/Telouet-2105313/TravelGuide-Telouet.html

58,282,0

El Goumt du Dades

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44,191,0

Aglou

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Africa/Morocco/Province_de_Tiznit/Aglou-2120285/TravelGuide-Aglou.html

6,42,0

Marrakesh

See all 2241 Marrakesh Tips
  • Djamaa El Fna - Square

    Marrakesh Things to Do

    To describe what is on this place and what is special is to best explain what there is and isnt on this square and its hard to imagine something which isnt there at some point of the day... food stalls selling you everything from fresh juices to bbq to cooked snails and hot sweet mint tea..... to hundreds of musicians, performers and story tellers....

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  • Riad Aguerzame

    Marrakesh Hotels

    Situé dans la médina de Marrakech, près du palais Moulay Idriss, le Riad Aguerzame, entièrement...

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  • Local Cuisine

    4 out of 5 stars

    Marrakesh Restaurants

    Moroccan cuisine often makes it into the top ten of many world food lists, but for many travelers the diet of tajine and couscous can get a bit monotonous. It doesn't help that Moroccan food is generally rather plain - lacking in sauces, spices and even salt. Ordering a turkey tajine can result in several large hunks of turkey meat cooked in its...

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Casablanca

See all 529 Casablanca Tips
  • Hassan II Mosque

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Casablanca Things to Do

    The Hassan II Mosque or Grand Mosquée Hassan. It is the largest mosque in the country and the 7th largest in the world. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 210 metres (689 ft). Completed in 1993, it was designed by Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygues. The minaret is 60 stories high topped by a laser, the light from which is directed towards...

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  • Hyatt Regency

    Casablanca Hotels

    I worked very hard during the day in a office witout air conditioned. You can understand how I was...

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  • Trains

    Casablanca Transportation

    The main long distance train station in Casablanca is a very simple station and small station.... on one side they have a ticket office and on the other side a small store that sells newspapers, snacks, and soda's and juices ..... we had no problem getting our tickets to Marrakech the night before ... and of course like in every train station...

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Agadir

See all 59 Agadir Tips
  • Bakhzouz Tours in Agadir-service quality...

    Agadir Warnings and Dangers

    I would like to warn you against Bakhzouz Tours travel agency run by Ibrahim and his family, who hunt for tourists in Agadir and in some hotels are even recommended to them!The price for their tours vary depending on a client and the way they estimate his wealth. They sell more tickets for their trips than they have seats in their coaches which...

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  • Hotel Kamal

    Agadir Hotels

    We stayed at this hotel during a weeks stay in Morocco. We stayed for 4 nights and the hotel was...

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  • heading to Agadir to surf...

    Agadir Sports & Outdoors

    I have Norwegian friends who travel back to their family at Hassania for a couple of months each year too (Sept to Nov) and I have taken the opp to visit and stay with them while they are there - on the outskirts of Agadir on the way to Taghazout and the beaches along the way are their favourites - including at Taghazoute - which is a nice little...

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  • Help - Bolted Camel!

    Agadir Off The Beaten Path

    Reading about KASBAHS CAMEL TREK we all had to try riding a camel. Not a bad idea, however ... those animals, when very close, are huge with big eyes. And ofcourse not every tourist on his back feels nice, does it?Maybe the nice camel felt a bit of fear, or maybe he just wanted to have fun ... my riding-animal suddenly bolted. It just ran away with...

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Tangier

See all 484 Tangier Tips
  • Medina

    Tangier Things to Do

    Tangiers medina is quite small in comparison with other Moroccan cities. The walled city runs up the side of the hill to the kasbah. You can enter the medina from the Grand Socco through the gate and into Rue as-Siaghin. This used to be the old Jewish quarter where a gold market used to operate.

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  • El Minzah Hotel Tangier

    Tangier Hotels

    We enjoyed our overnight stay in this old hotel which was being refurbished. Our room was...

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  • Rugs, furniture, furnishings and...

    Tangier Shopping

    High-quality 100% Moroccan furniture, rugs, furnishings, fixtures, clothing, accessories, etc. Hassan provides personal attention and service. Our large purchase was shipped to our home in Florida, arriving within 10 days of the requested shipping date. The packages were complete as ordered, with no breakage or damage of any kind. Shipping was via...

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Essaouira

See all 526 Essaouira Tips
  • An adequate lunch..

    Essaouira Restaurants

    This year, The Three Birds Medina restaurant became my favourite Essaouira lunchtime eaterie, I don't eat much during the day, preferring to be a late-night diner, but after passing this restaurant a few times I was persuaded to enter and explore the interesting "hippy-style" furnishings, it was empty but a man soon popped up (the owner and chef)...

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  • Riad Zahra Mogador

    Essaouira Hotels

    I recommend Riad Zahra because it is cheap (500 - 750 DH for the double beds room each night, that...

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  • The toilet rip-off!

    Essaouira Tourist Traps

    As the European financial downturn intensifies, leading to a sharp and significant decline in Eurozone tourist numbers arriving in Morocco this year, I witnessed the response by some greedy Moroccans attempting to extract their cash shortfall from unwary travellers, especially those in a captive situation. Fast forward to the Supratours bus...

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Fes

See all 447 Fes Tips
  • Taxis

    Fes Transportation

    There are two types of taxis in Fez - the "petits taxis", small and red transporting up to 3 people, and the larger ones, supposedly to 4, but... well... we can always squeeze a dozen more. They tend to be metered and are not too expensive. Both types of taxis are usually shared and drivers often wait until the taxi is full before departing. Verify...

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  • Sofitel Palais Jamai Fes Hotel

    Fes Hotels

    At the foot of one of the hills surround Fez is the Sofitel Palais Jamai Hotel, a former Palace. It...

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  • Chanel nº5

    Fes Things to Do

    I've been in Fes twice, with almost 20 years separating the trips. The visits to the medina were accompanied by different guides, obviously, but, curiously, when entering the leather tinting area, they both used the same joke: "Chanel n.5 perfume".It's not a beautiful show, and it is a really awful smell, but it is real, and should be seen. There...

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Rabat

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  • Cemetery

    Rabat Things to Do

    It is not a pleasant view, but the badly organized space by the sea is a very interesting example of the differences between the ways how Christians and Muslims deal with death.

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  • Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Rose

    Rabat Hotels

    The Hilton was an excellent hotel. The staff were very friendly and the rooms very nice. I was...

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  • Hassan Tower

    Rabat Things to Do

    In the 12th century sultan Yacoub al-Mansour decided to build the biggest mosque in the world, with the biggest tower. He died a few years later and the works were stopped, with the tower reaching 44 of its planned 86 meters high. Lisbon's earthquake damaged the started columns and walls, but the tower resisted and stands beside king Mohammed V...

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Tetouan

See all 108 Tetouan Tips
  • The jewellers in kasbah.

    Tetouan Things to Do

    At kasbah in Medina there was this street with only jewellers. After walking through the vegetable market, meat and fish market and the berber market walking through here was quite a sight, awesome 18 karat gold in every store. And the bridal shops, they were exquisite.

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  • Blanco Riad Hotel & Restaurant

    Tetouan Hotels

    Zankat Zawiya Kadiria, 25, Tetouan, 93000, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Ride on a camel in Morocco.

    Tetouan Things to Do

    The first stop in Morocco was for a camel ride. For 1 euro you could ride a camel for a couple of minutes. There were 2 camels there and the one I mounted was not happy about me being there. I couldn't wait to get off, my behind hurt and the camel refused to bow to let me get off. Having a bus-load of tourists mount 2 camels like this, one after...

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Chefchaouene

See all 92 Chefchaouene Tips
  • Rif Mountain discoveries....

    Chefchaouene Off The Beaten Path

    A walk in the mountains surrounding Chefchaouen can be very interesting to discover how the local people go about their daily routine in this primitive region of Morocco. Small isolated houses are situated at the sides of the "pistes", (unsurfaced single-track roads carved out of the rocky mountainsides.) daily routine consists of the women...

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  • Casa Perleta

    Chefchaouene Hotels

    Avda. Hassan II 68, Bab el Souk, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Chefchaouen souvenirs

    Chefchaouene Shopping

    There are countless shops in Chefchaouen's ancient Medina selling a wide variety of desirable souvenirs, a few hours walking around the narrow streets will reveal local handcrafts for sale. The most common items are locally produced by villagers in the surrounding mountains, these can be Kaftans (wool jackets) djelabas (full length gowns) small...

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Merzouga

See all 138 Merzouga Tips
  • Headscarf

    Merzouga Shopping

    a Touareg scarf is not only a nice souvenir or gift from the desert, but it also a practical sun and sand protector! hats only won't cover it, and i needed an extra scarf to protect my neck and shoulders....it is cotton and usually naturally coloredthe dark blue is for men, the light blue for womenthen, ask your guide to tight it up for...

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  • Kasbah Mohayut

    Merzouga Hotels

    from arriving at the kasbah mudbrick exterior through an impressive front door to the impressive...

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  • No pharmacies or ATMs at Merzouga

    Merzouga Warnings and Dangers

    In Morocco pharmacists are able to provide and prescribe many drugs over the counter and are very knowledgeable and therefore very helpful if you become unwell...problems such as gastric upsets, diarrhea, urinary infections and so on can be set on the right track with a visit to a pharmacist. But Merzouga no longer has a pharmacy so anything you...

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Asilah

See all 99 Asilah Tips
  • Beach

    Asilah Things to Do

    It was quite a surprise for us, the long, wide, sandy beach of Asilah, empty in... September. Out of tourist circuit? Dangerous currents? That emptyness couldn't happen in Portugal!

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  • Patio de la Luna

    Asilah Hotels

    12 Place Zellaka, Asilah, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Portuguese Heritage

    Asilah Things to Do

    Portuguese heritage is present in most cities in Moroccan coast, but nowhere I had the imeddiate and strong sensation of... Portuguese work, that I had in Asilah, even before entering the city.The port, the fortress, the houses, everything seemed to breath... Portugal. Was it a wrong idea, from a quick passing by?

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Ouarzazate

See all 143 Ouarzazate Tips
  • Escroquerie et vol aux Tourists

    Ouarzazate Tourist Traps

    Je porte à Votre attention que dans la ville de Ouarzazate, dans les magasins proprété de Monsieur AMIRI MIMOUNE:LE CADEAU BERBERE à la sortie de Ouarzazate sur la route de MarrakechLA MAISON SAHARIENNE à la sortie de Ouarzazate sur la route de ZagoraLOCATION DE VOITURES en face de l'Hotel Berbère Palace à Ouarzazateutilisent les cartes crédits des...

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  • Le Petit Riad

    Ouarzazate Hotels

    We spent three nights here in January, 2013. This Riad was custom built as a B&B. It is not a...

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  • Say Aash Al-Malik!!! Long live the...

    Ouarzazate Local Customs

    Most Moroccans are very proud of their new King Mohamed 6. This king put Moroccon on the right path of democracy, human rights, economic development. During the Arab spring, the only revolution seen in Morocco was an extraordinary Economic revolution, creating more jobs and improving peoples living conditions. Long live the king!! in Arabic you...

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Agadir

See all 59 Agadir Tips
  • Bakhzouz Tours in Agadir-service quality...

    Agadir Warnings and Dangers

    I would like to warn you against Bakhzouz Tours travel agency run by Ibrahim and his family, who hunt for tourists in Agadir and in some hotels are even recommended to them!The price for their tours vary depending on a client and the way they estimate his wealth. They sell more tickets for their trips than they have seats in their coaches which...

    more
  • Hotel Kamal

    Agadir Hotels

    We stayed at this hotel during a weeks stay in Morocco. We stayed for 4 nights and the hotel was...

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  • heading to Agadir to surf...

    Agadir Sports & Outdoors

    I have Norwegian friends who travel back to their family at Hassania for a couple of months each year too (Sept to Nov) and I have taken the opp to visit and stay with them while they are there - on the outskirts of Agadir on the way to Taghazout and the beaches along the way are their favourites - including at Taghazoute - which is a nice little...

    more
  • Help - Bolted Camel!

    Agadir Off The Beaten Path

    Reading about KASBAHS CAMEL TREK we all had to try riding a camel. Not a bad idea, however ... those animals, when very close, are huge with big eyes. And ofcourse not every tourist on his back feels nice, does it?Maybe the nice camel felt a bit of fear, or maybe he just wanted to have fun ... my riding-animal suddenly bolted. It just ran away with...

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El Jadida

See all 21 El Jadida Tips
  • Safety in the back streets

    El Jadida Warnings and Dangers

    A Trip Advisor member wrote to me, he said with the intention to advise me of the danger that he has experienced having lived in El Jadida for a number of years - that being the number of foreigners that he knows have been killed in El Jadida! (there doesn't seem to be any official information to back this up anywhere though) also to advise me what...

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  • Mazagan Beach Resort

    El Jadida Hotels

    Mazagan, El Jadida, 24000, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • very surprised at the poor quality

    El Jadida Restaurants

    We generally like to eat fish and seafood when visiting seaside places around Morocco - a legacy of living inland means fresh fish is only available traditionally with a weekly delivery for the weekly markets that are fairly usual in many towns around Morocco.and generally not had any problems with local places that im taken to. this place had a...

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Imlil

See all 47 Imlil Tips
  • Toubkal Trekking and Atlas Day Tours

    Imlil Things to Do

    The Atlas Mountains , which is the north africa's greastest mountain range, holds some of the fascinating and most magnificent regions of Morocco.. These huge mountains offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities. These mountains are the highest in the region, with Mount Toubkal stretching to 4.165...

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  • Gîte Atlas Mazik

    Imlil Favorites

    Un des meilleurs endroits que j'ai visité dans ma vieA 1840 m d'altitude, dans un site gorgé de soleil et de grand air, loin des routes, du bruit, de la pollution, et de la télé, vous pouvez choisir de ne rien faire, juste savourer le paysage et le temps qui coule ! Gite Atlas Mazik une petite maison d'hôtes comfortable Situé dans la vallée...

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  • Imlil - Walk Away!

    Imlil Off The Beaten Path

    If you love the mountains, panoramic views and unspoilt village communities get away from Imlil by hiring a guide to take you into the neighbouring valleys. The road improvments are making Imlil easily accessible now, so to experience the true Berber culture you need to walk into the unspoilt areas. Rather than take a chance on who might approach...

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