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It was on this tour to the desert that I experienced my first taste of harassment.
My tour guide made me feel uncomfortable at several points by continually reaching out to touch my arm and attempting to separate me from the rest of the group.
Yes, it was noisy, busy, and polluted, but it was also beautiful, exciting, and fascinating to spend time in.
I made sure to keep close to other members of my tour group and he soon decided to leave me alone.
If you’re going to venture into the desert, I highly recommend booking a tour online before you go, so that you can check the reviews and vet the tour guides in advance.
I’ll be honest: travelling solo through Morocco was tough. However, I was so frustrated that the local men I met acted in a way that made my trip far less enjoyable.
My four weeks in the country were challenging, exhausting, frustrating and disheartening — and yet, they were also full of joy, awe, wonder, and rewards. I’m frequently contacted by women who feel that same pull as I did to visit Morocco, but who have also been put off by the negative articles and sexual harassment horror stories.