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These videos were taken in June 2005.
Traveling up the Rock of Gibraltor while in Algeciras, Spain. Aboard the ferry, going from Algeciras, Spain to Tangiers, Morocco. Waiting in the Tangiers train station for the Marrakech Express.
Gibraltor Tangier Ferry Tangier Train Station
Interviewing my dad after arriving in Marrakech.  Part #1. Interviewing my dad after arriving in Marrakech.  Part #2. Interviewing my dad after arriving in Marrakech.  Part #3.
Marrakesh Interview - Part 1 Marrakesh Interview - Part 2 Marrakesh Interview - Part 3
Walking through the souqs in Marrakesh. Carolyn getting henna in Marrakesh's square, Djemma El Fna. We were in Marrakesh's famous square, Djemma El Fna, when the entire crowd started screaming and running.
Souqs of Marrakesh Henna in Djemma El Fna Djemma El Fna Food Market
Relaxing in front of our hotel in Tinerhir, near the Todra Gorge. We were in Marrakesh's famous square, Djemma El Fna, when the entire crowd started screaming and running. Little girls begging for money (dirham) as we walked towards Ait Binhaddou.
Marrakesh Spice Markets Djemma El Fna Scare Begging at Ait Binhaddou
Relaxing in front of our hotel in Tinerhir, near the Todra Gorge. We saw a camel caravan out in the distance while driving down a lonesome desert highway towards a Sahara outpost. Dad giving a synopsis of what happened at the cool desert oasis hotel we hung out at until our camels were ready for the ride into the Sahara.
Relaxing in Tinerhir Camels In The desert Oasis Reflection
Bebopping along through the Sahara desert on our camels. Getting camel feedback from my dad while relaxing in a Bedouin tent. Watching the sun rise from the massive dune called Erg Chebbi in the Sahara Desert.
Riding Camels In The Sahara Dad Hated His Camel Sunrise From Erg Chebbi
Getting on a camel is not as easy as you would think. They may stink but the tanneries in Fez make beautiful leather.
Hopping on a camel The leather tanneries of Fez