Fez, Morocco – Lonely Planet journey movies May 12, 2020 travel-videos 8 Comments Study extra about Fez: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/morocco/the-mediterranean-coast-and-the-rif/fes source You Might Also Like Visiting the FDR Memorial in D.C. | Expedia Viewfinder Journey Weblog February 13, 2020 Hawaii Journey – (Cinematic Vlog) March 8, 2020 TRAVEL BLOG & VLOG: A Synthesis April 17, 2020 This Post Has 8 Comments JUAN JESUS HERRERA DIAZ 12 May 2020 Reply Lanzarote and Fuerteventura is not Morocco, Its Canary Island Spain Walking The World 12 May 2020 Reply I can smell the sweet sweet mint tea! Sweet Sour Travel 12 May 2020 Reply This is such a great video guys thanks. I've loved the city.Let's keep in touch alidenness 12 May 2020 Reply Just back after a gap of 15 years and its timeless, never changes…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD3E0wyn8K0&t=1s Indie Backpackers Malaysia 12 May 2020 Reply the best! 86Corvus 12 May 2020 Reply The country of scam and people trying to swindle you out of your money. We paid for a leather purse way more than it was worth and it started to go purple after a fev days, rotten… Its a shithole avoid it ( and they say its the most civilised and tourism friendly of arabic countries which makes me fear at how shit must the other ones be) The hygene of both food sold in the shops and the hotel rooms leaves a lot to ask for. The bedframe was sticky with greasy dirt and the tajins in an "authentic" local place – altho tasty – made my girlfriend sick. I anticipate that they dont realy try to put good meat in them because they overcook them and what you get raely resembles anything distinguishable. But if the meat wasnt fresh your stomatch will notice… Anyway you are by that time already a couple of kilometers away so they dont give a shit. Theyl smile at you but you can tell you are a piece of shit idiot to them to be abused and exploited for money. Fuck morroco Baaka Med 12 May 2020 Reply ohhhhhh My city I love it Lonely Planet 12 May 2020 Reply Fez — an old and supremely self-confident city that has nothing to prove to anyone. Dynasties and booms have all come and gone in the city’s 1200-year existence, and Fez will be around long after the next fashion has burned itself out. This video provides a glimpse inside the city's world famous medina: #Morocco #moroccotravel #lonelyplanet Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.