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Last year’s photography expedition in Morocco scored rave reviews.  So we’re going back again this year.  But this time, we’re tacking it onto the end of our four-and-a-half day photo expedition in Spain. Watch this video to see pictures that last year’s group brought back from exploring the medina, full of snail stands, ancient remedies, spice markets, pointy-toed Moroccan shoes, and the occasional snake charmer. See what it’s like, here: Two young ladies on their own in Morocco? No sweat. Staff writer Bonnie Caton and Marketing Manager Jackie Gray traveled on their own to Marrakech last year and sent me the following report: “Everything moves quickly in the streets, from donkeys to bikes to people pushing carts.  You really have to watch where you’re going.  The butcher sticks a decapitated camel head on a pole in front of his stall to announce that the meat is fresh.  The snail seller has bags and bags of snails hanging from the ceiling of his stall — some of which have escaped and are stuck to the cement walls, squishing their way around.  It’s safe for us to walk around town on our own.  It’s exciting — overwhelming, even — but everyone we’ve met has been welcoming and kind. And there are knock-out photos everywhere.” [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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