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Lauren Published on February 25th, Last updated: My four weeks in the country were challenging, exhausting, frustrating and disheartening — and yet, they were also full of joy, awe, wonder, and rewards. Morocco is one of my favourite countries but it was also one of the hardest to travel in.
How can one of my favourite countries in the world have left me with such unenjoyable experiences that I cut short my time there by several weeks?
But I loved Morocco. I loved my time there. I loved the places I wandered through and the people who proved that Moroccans can be kind and welcoming and helpful. However, I was so frustrated that the local men I met acted in a way that made my trip far less enjoyable.
They contact me looking for reassurance, wanting advice, and looking for information on how to have a safe, trouble-free trip. So here, then, is an account of the struggles and joy I experienced from travelling through Morocco — and the advice I would offer women who are looking to travel there too.
I deliberately skipped visiting Fes because I had heard nothing positive about the city from any women I ran into on the road. Yes, it was noisy, busy, and polluted, but it was also beautiful, exciting, and fascinating to spend time in. I even managed to negate some of the tension by hiring a local guide to show me around.
My guide helped keep the touts at bay as we navigated the medina with minimal hassle. The following day, without a guide, I found simple wanderings to be slightly challenging but I never once felt like I was in any real danger.
I simply avoided eye contact, walked as if I knew where I was going, and they soon moved on to someone else. I believe everyone should venture into the desert at least once.
It was on this tour to the desert that I experienced my first taste of harassment. My tour guide made me feel uncomfortable at several points by continually reaching out to touch my arm and attempting to separate me from the rest of the group. I made sure to keep close to other members of my tour group and he soon decided to leave me alone.
I love laidback beach towns like this and I love my classic rock so it immediately felt like the perfect place for me to be. It was mellow and beautiful and took only a few minutes for me to decide to extend my stay in town. I spent my first few days relaxing on the beach, bemused to see everybody sunbathing while covered from head to toe.
I got lost in the photogenic medina by day and spent my evenings fascinated by the local fisherman trying to sell their freshly-caught fish to passing people — there were dozens of hole in the wall restaurants just a few metres away that would happily cook your fish for you right there.
And then everything changed.
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