The "Funsters" are back from Morocco

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  1. Detourer

    Detourer Trader - Tour Operator

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    .......well, nearly.

    All arrived safely back in mainland Spain and are by now well on their way back to the UK……

    I have posted the last Blog entry of their time in Morocco, at the Chaz Ali Fantasia, near Marrakech……before they hit the motorway for coastal run back to Ceuta/Spain [so maybe one more post].

    Debbie
     
  2. Geo

    Geo Trader - Funster

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    Hi Ray and Debbie
    Well at least one set of the Funsters have reached civilisation of sorts and have found a slow but workable Tinternet connection
    I would like to start by thanking you both for a wonderfull experiance, I would like to but !!!!!!
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    Thank you just does not cut it, and we cant at the moment find the right words, surfice to say the memories will last a life time, what do we do do next!!! the tour was somthing very special and to all those who didnt make it you really dont know what you missed, The sights,sounds, smells and the company of the other funsters made the whole experiance one of a lifetime, combind with the Expertise of Ray and Debbie, of Desert De Tours(not forgetting Ahmed) our Mororcan freind. and of course all the people of Moroco, exept the border officials who need standing up against a wall and shooting,:Rofl1: more about them later
    Ali BaBa
    AKA Geo
     

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  3. Tony Santara

    Tony Santara Funster

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    Hey Geo
    Good to hear from you again Effendi..... salem alek

    It's a bit strong though infering your fellow travellers smelled
    :Laughing::Laughing::Laughing:

    BTW love the avatar
     
  4. Geo

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    Hiya mate
    its taking hrs to upload any pics so im afraid you will have to wait till I hit Blighty
    Well they do smell :Rofl1:
    hows the Rv going :thumb:
    Mine needs a bit of TLC at the Mo:RollEyes:
    Ali
     
  5. Tony Santara

    Tony Santara Funster

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    We're gettin there slowly....elastictrickery all done now :thumb:

    see you soon
     
  6. 2g2b2

    2g2b2 Deleted User

    hey all

    we are looking to do morocco in mid Jan 2009, do you just drive down to the ferry port (which is best?) and get on or do you have to book in advance? how much does a return ticket cost (and last)

    any other info on how to do it cheaply and safely (2 kids, 3&5) would be greatly appreciated.

    sounds like you all had a lot of fun, if anyone is thinking of going across anytime Jan/Feb, let us know and maybe we can join.

    thanks

    2g
     
  7. Detourer

    Detourer Trader - Tour Operator

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    Yes, you can book on-line.......But there are loads of agents near port. BUT be aware of massive price increase in ferry cost.

    A few weeks ago it would/could have cost near 600 euro return [vehicle + 2]. If you went today expect around 400 euro. Jan/Feb is peek time for Morocco so ferry cost may rise again.......look at on-line costs.

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  8. ourcampersbeentrashed

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    Glad you all had a great time, which we had been with you xxxxxx
     
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