The Labyrinth of Fes – How to navigate your way through the medina

A donkey carrying gas bottles on its back, passing through one of the main souk streets of Fes.

Evening had crept up on us and before we knew it, the sun was gone and darkness settled over the city. At a certain point I started panicking. Lights were playing on the walls, leaving the imagination to make shapes out of shadows. The streets looked deserted apart from clusters of men sitting on stairs and smoking.

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Keeping to the shades of scorching hot Berlin

It was by far the best part of our day, just relaxing with the breeze from the water cooling us down, people milling around enjoying the day, boats swaying in the rhythm of tiny wind made waves.

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Last stop, Viñales Valley

Posing in front of Murel de Prehistoria in Vinales Valley with my Comandante hat and an old Yugoslavian gas mask bag.

You know when life just tries to stamp all over you so you have no time for anything. Well that happened to me this month so the last destination I have for Cuba is only being posted today. I did not think it would take me this long to write about these five different parts […]

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