Special Places to Stay Morocco

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Alastair Sawday Publishing, Mar 1, 2006 - Travel - 256 pages
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The entries in this guide are special in many different ways: we choose places for the warmth of their welcome, their style - whether grand or not - and look for good value for money and a real choice of places to stay. Morocco is so vibrantly different that it needs inside knowledge for outsiders to find its heart without being tipped too far from their comfort zones. This book enables readers to make contact with this culture's ancient tradition of hospitality and connect through their senses to Morocco's living aesthetic heritage. Our approach is unusual and subjective. There are no set rules, no interminable checklists and no hard and fast criteria for inclusion. We look for what we like, and celebrate the unusual, the beautiful and the individual.

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About the author (2006)

Sawday is a tour operator, environmental activist, and linguist.

Ann Cooke-Yarborough lives in Paris and brings her passion for, and skills in finding, real people in authentic settings - whether simple or smart - to this 4th edition.

Jose Navarro also editsá Sawday's Moroccan guide. His background is in photography and writing on cultural and environmental issues.

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