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It’s mid-August and the heat is on. We’re in South-East Morocco, on the edge of the Sahara desert. Last night it rained. Rare cool. Then hot again. Really hot. But it’s supposed to be like this, plus there are not a lot of tourists around this time of the year. We’d stay more but before reaching Chefchaouen and then leaving Morocco, we want to get a day in Marrakesh and see Aït Benhaddou on the way. Tight schedule. So we get going.
Me and Fritzi got stranded on an island for 7 days. It was by choice and the island was good to us, with all its dormant volcanoes, breath-taking coasts, whales, dolphins, natural hot pools, some weird traditions, evergreen forests and sunsets of a lifetime.
It wasn’t long since we moved to Portugal that me and Fritzi got our feet itching for traveling and exploring around. And one of our first big trips was in the Azores. We took advantage >
The walk around the world continues with the update for the Aalborg – Copenhagen leg. Camera, lights, action, photos! Oh, and the light! Amazing in this part of the world.
Ready for a new adventure? Have a coffee, sit back, enjoy the show! The latest on The World Photo Tour is here again. More photos, more people, more stories. Let’s begin!
The previous article on my walk around the world might have surprised some of you. But take that one >