From Sand to sea...
The Kingdom of Morocco

"Ride it like a horse!" Ali called out.

It was fine for him to say that. Our genial Berber guide was walking, while I sat upon a large, hairy camel, lurching from side to side then forward and backward - as it plodded slowly and carefully around massive dunes of orange twisted sand. In the past, I had ridden a few small donkeys and an uncomfortable mule - but never a horse, and certainly not a camel!

With my poor, tender, pink, derrière now thoroughly sore, I slipped off the groaning beast, gingerly walking the rest of the way. As the crimson sun slowly dipped behind, the beautiful Sahara's silky sands, the heat of the day... slowly ebbed away. As a royal blue sky... slowly emerged, we dined by candlelight... under the twinkling stars.

Ahh Morocco! For many, that one word conjures up images of Marrakech's medieval souks, ancient kasbahs, the mystique of Casablanca, and nomadic Berbers... wandering through the immense Sahara Desert. Rich in culture, history and stunning architecture, The Kingdom of Morocco is so much more.

Let me take you on a 4,000 km odyssey, from sand to sea, as I present you the images and stories of this exotic land. A vibrant and colourful 90 minute show, enhanced by Moroccan music, and the Songs of the Souks.

Created and produced by
Montreal adventure photographer and ranconteur

Frederic Hore

Not to be missed!


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