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Angel & Cecilia & Bernard and Henry

You have been a wonderful guide. After the introduction to Morocco in the Medina of Fez, your road trip has once again shown me that in Morocco, it is time to abandon all expectations. Let the sights, sounds, tastes, and the solid feeling of stepping on the terrain convince you what it is to travel.

Thank you for startling us with the quaint town of Ifrane, slowly guiding us into the adobe kaspas in Midelt and Rissani; the sky full of stars and the backyard of sand dunes were definitely unforgettable.

Thank you for arranging the desert tour. Trite as it may sound, one’s whole perspective would really change after a camel ride, and a night in the Berber tent, and a morning greeted by desert sunrise, and the Berber Whiskey. I thank the Berber for their hospitality.

Thank you for bringing us the splendour of gorges and mountains, for giving us a glimpse of nature not only true in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, for walking us up to the relics of Ait Ben Haddou, and for letting us oversee the lush oases where locals still strive to make such a wonderful place a wonderful home.

Thank you for answering questions, silly ones, serious ones, random ones, unsolved ones. The best guide would not be one to show all, but to let the guests begin to wonder and to start their own search. And you did. Each of us would want to return for a different reason.

Thank you, especially, for not just leaving after our soujourn; thank you for returning, twice, to recover Bernard’s bags of goodies. Shokran. Sahaah. El Khamdulilah.

As all Moroccans say, inshallah. May there be another trip to Morocco, or if chances be, that you come to Hong Kong, don’t forget to look for us, we will try our humble attempt to return the hospitality. We’ll be sure to recommend you if any of our friends plan to travel to Morocco.

Angel & Cecilia & Bernard and Henry