Photography by Angsana Riad

Take a magic carpet ride over Marrakesh when you stay at one of Angsana’s 6 restored, historical riads.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    There's nothing quite like the exotic allure of magical Morocco.

    Just a hint: along with the charms of Marrakesh, not to miss are the colorful souks of Fez, the Roman ruins near Meknes, the bustle of Tangier's historic cafes and the relative serenity of picturesque Chefchaouen.

    Ah, but there's so much more. Try surfing at Taghagout, rock climbing in the Todra Gorge or kitesurfing at Essaouira.

    If that's not enough adventure, go camel trekking in the Erg Chigaga at the edges of the grand Sahara desert or lose yourself for hours wandering the kasbah at Ait Benhaddou.

    If you're looking for a taste of Morocco a bit closer to home, check out the intimate El Morocco Resort and Spa in Desert Hot Springs, CA. You'll find it a delightful and warm introduction to the splendors of everything Moroccan.
    http://blog.travelchannel.com/the-traveling-type/

  2. Fares.pk says:

    wawoo Pure Rajistani Style of Princes almost 200+ year old style amazing and i love it. Cheap Flights From Islamabad to Bradford

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