Day 124: Morocco Part 3-Marrakesh to Essaouria

Computer hacker Roman Seleznev was already on the run. As the son of an influential Russian politician, he had committed credit card fraud in 2008 against the Atlanta company 'RBS Worldplay' and was suspected of cybercrimes all over the world. In all, he defrauded over 3,000 financial institutions and was suspected of skimming millions of…

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Day 115: Sand boarding the Sahara

There's just something about the desert. Deserts are one of the most unforgiving and inhospitable landscapes on our mother earth. Not only can the heat peak over the 50 degree mark, erosion and weathering gives them an ephemerality that few environs have. Yet, walking around the sand, you start to notice things. Little scratches from…

Day 108: Under the Moroccan Sky

"Honey, slow down! You're scaring me!" Lisa said. "I'm only going 60 km per hour. It's like 40 miles per hour back home!" I replied. "Yes, but the speed limit is 40 and there are tight turns here. I'm sliding all around my seat and hitting the window!" "Exactly! We could drive the speed limit…