2019 Morocco Family Trip vlog - Marrakech to Erg Chebbi
In March 2019 we traveled to Morocco for a 9 day family trip. This was our first time experiencing Arabic and Berber culture. We enjoyed shopping in the souks, hiking the incredible landscapes, riding the camels and visiting the magical desert. Watch in HD!
We started out in Marrakech, before driving through the Atlas Mountains to Ait Ben Haddou. We spent a night inside at Kasbah Tebi, with no electricity. We continued on to the Todgha Gorge (or Todra Gorge, as it's also known), where we completed a via ferrata route and enjoyed the hospitality of Auberge le Festival. From there, we drove to Merzouga and headed out into the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi for 2 nights at Desert Luxury Camp. We returned to Marrakech along a similar route, this time visiting the Dades Gorge and the beautiful Monkey Fingers Canyon. Our last stop before reaching the city was in Tisseldey at Irocha. Back in Marrakech, we ate camel burgers at Cafe Clock, visited the Koutoubia Mosque and Ensemble Artisanal, got henna tattoos at the Henna Art Cafe, and enjoyed the souks and Jemaa el Fna one last time before heading home.
Filmed on Canon 77D, Hero 7 Black, and iPhone 6.
Hookah Bar by Silent Partner, courtesy of Youtube.
Sahara Rains by Hanu Dixit, courtesy of Youtube.
Mirage by Chris Haugen, courtesy of Youtube.
Travels beyond Arabia by Sight of Wonders, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
The Mosque by Sight of Wonders, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Desert Sunset by Jon Bjork, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Approaching the Middle East by Sight of Wonders, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Last Call to Jordan by Sight of Wonders, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Arabic Nights by Hakan Eriksson, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Marrakesh by Rune Dale, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Swinging with the Sultan by Doug Maxwell, courtesy of Youtube.
Film and TV credits:
‘Jewel of the Nile’ courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
‘Gladiator’ courtesy of Dreamworks Pictures.
‘Game of Thrones’ courtesy of Warner Brothers Television Distribution.
EPIC PARIS Food Tour - 11 INCREDIBLE Stops - Best of LE MARAIS
Discover 11 TOP TASTES in Paris! Chocolate, croissants, macarons, wine, French onion soup, French bread, French coffee, steak tartare, galettes, pastis and more! Beware - this is EPIC! And it also includes stops from our Devour Tours Paris food tour! Venga, let’s go! ????
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Paris is one of the most magical cities in the world! But man, it can be tough figuring out where to eat and drink like a local. It’s a city that is so popular with tourists - and that means there is an overwhelming choice of places and a fair few tourist traps to avoid!
So to celebrate our fantastic Ultimate Paris Food Tour I teamed up with our local Devour Paris expert Jess Timmins to take you to 11 places where to you can try some of the must-try tastes in this incredible city.
We focused our food tour in Le Marais district, which is a gorgeous historic part of Paris with lots of family-run business and beautiful winding streets, some of which are as they were centuries ago.
In this video we hit 11 establishments, lots of them family-run businesses. And many of them actual places we visit on our food tour.
So where did we go to eat the best food in Le Marais... and what did we try?
1. Caractère de Cochon - Paris’ best jambon-buerre sandwhich
2. Jean-Paul Hévin - Paris' best macarons and chocolate
3. Tout Autour du Pain - mind-blowing croissant and pain au chocolate
4. Grand Cafe Tortoni - gorgeous coffee shop!
5. Poilâne - famous bakery and French bread how it used to be made
6. Chez Alain Miam Miam - an incredible galette au beurre salé
7. Au Petit Fer a Cheval - pastis for a little aperitif
8. A La Villa de Rodez - a selection of delicious French cheeses and cured meats (saucission)
9. Les Philosophes - lovely bistro for excellent steak tartare and French onion soup
10. L’as du Fellafel - Paris’ best falafel, in the Jewish Quarter
11. L’Etiquette - a fabulous little wine shop (where you can also drink wine by the glass)
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