Morocco

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Transport

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Hitchhiking is quite doable.

Companies

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Accommodation

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Cheap. In Fes, a sleeping place on comfy mattresses piled on top of one another on the (covered) roof veranda of Hotel Cascade, in the medina, costs 40 dirham or 4 euro(February 2011 price, may have gone up and is probably more expensive in the high season). In Chefchaouen, a bed in Pension Ibn Batouta cost 3 euro per night.

Meet fellow travellers on hospitality exchange networks: Trustroots

Food

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Cheap.

Connectivity

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Busking

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Cities

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Travel destinations

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Fes - One of the best preserved medinas in the Arabic world. Traditional leather tanning vats. A lot of hustlers.

Essaouira - Beach town in the south.

Chefchaouen - The goat's horns, a small city up in the Rif mountains, founded by Jews expelled from Spain after the Reconquista. Painted blue, laid-back, some hustlers(harmless, even though they can be annoying) trying to sell you hash.