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164    December 5, 2004
TIP: PREPARE FOR AFRICA TRIP
LOCATION: Marrakech Morocco
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       MARRAKECH MOROCCO
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MOROCCO
Morocco
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Essaouira Morocco Fort
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World Heritage Site Essaouira Morocco
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Marrakech Morocco
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MARRAKECH MOROCCO

Opinion on Morocco before I start on other stuff.
Morocco is a great place to visit to see a typical outside
market with hundreds of venders thronged together in a
huge mess. The prices are not cheap as a market of South
America or Asia, but it is the same type of flavor.
It is probably the closest to Europe, although Turkey has
some similar.

This is not a place to go to the beach for winter.
I will return to travel Morocco again, Essaouira is always worth
a visit to see the World Heritage Site there and the Medina.
I have no reason to recommend Marrakech other than the
market, but it the same or less than quality of Tangiers.

Tangiers is close to Europe, plus what make a market
interesting is when it has not been changed by tourism.
I suppose some small town in the north close to Tangiers
would be easier. Marrakech is full on tourism, while the
value of Essaouira is obvious when you go to the port
and fort at the point.

TRAVEL IN MOROCCO

I am laying in bed typing in this eight dollar a night Hotel of the
Medina area of Marrakech Morocco trying to decide my next
move. I have complete freedom to go anywhere on the planet,
and I must make decisions. (I now have too many choices.)

This I thought would be the perfect life, but I am not sure now.
I have traveled the last seven to eight years on a very tight
budget, which only allowed one or two plane tickets per year.
Therefore 90 percent of my airplane trips were to return home
to visit my family and 90 percent of my international travels
were by bus as I wandered around a continent.

I went from Mexico all the way to Argentina by bus, except for
the flight from Panama to Quito Ecuador, two continents by
bus. I have done India, Nepal and most of Southeast Asia
by bus; therefore, the bus is my normal way of traveling
and truthfully the best way to see the world.

I have made the wrong decision in coming to Morocco
in the winter months. What I though would be a strange
Islamic beach vacation is now a two week and out of
the country French jacket vacation. There are a few
surfers driving down the coast but almost zero backpackers
on long extended vacations wandering around
Africa or Morocco so this place is desolate.

It is too cold in Northern Africa in the winter.
There is no social life in Morocco in the winter.

This is a where French people come for two week vacation,
or the world would say Holiday. This is one of the few countries
close to Europe where you can visit a totally different
culture and see large markets.

I am totally lost to describe what I would consider a normal
market in the world. A market is so normal I do not even think
about it anymore, they are in 80 percent of the countries
on the planet, but the other 20 percent goes to them as
a tourist attraction to see how the other poor half lives.
Therefore sort of a have and have not world, or let us
go slumming.

EXOTIC
This is the word I need to explain the market. It is exotic

The definition of Exotic is:
Strikingly different: strikingly unusual and often very
colorful and exciting or suggesting distant countries
and unfamiliar cultures.

I WANT EXOTIC
I want exotic and intimacy, it is sad to me that what I
would consider the most important needs in life are
confused with S-_ex.
(The proper spelling will get me filtered in the junk mail filters.)

To become more than my boring self, I must experience
cultures opposite than myself or exotic relationships.

Then people get married to share the conversation,
love, or the close personal relationship of intimacy.

I therefore want to meet exotic or strikingly different
cultures and share in close personal relationships
and friendships.

HOW MY TRAVELS WORK?

1. Go to cheap exotic countries.
2. Travel slow and meet new friends.
3. Enjoy the local tourist attractions.

TWO DAYS AND OUT!

I use this phrase to describe cities. Marrakech,
Morocco is a two day and out city. Tourist, travelers,
visitors, or anyone that slept in this hotel was only
here for two days and the left or were out of the city.
There was no time to say hello.

Morocco appears presently to be a two week and
out country, most of the tourist are on short holidays
and then leave quickly. There was no time to say hello.

NEW FRIENDS
I have met one new person in Morocco where we
exchanged e-mails and maybe we will stay in touch,
but probably not. In some countries like Ecuador,
Guatemala or Peru it could be two per day. In Southeast
Asia, it is maybe two per week, and in Morocco,
it would be two per month.

Europe is maybe about four per month, not a friendly
place, but they do not have the time and it is too
expensive for backpackers to stay around more than two
day in one location, the must travel fast and furious to
guarantee they see nothing or feel nothing.
A party-to-party world.

BOTTOM LINE
I like to go to exotic places, meet new friends, then be
distracted or share the experience with the new friends
by looking at tourist attractions like the World Heritage Sites.

Most people travel with a friend or mate, so I suppose
the solution in these desolate countries like Morocco
is to find a friend or mate to bring along.

MY NEW TRAVEL CHALLENGE
I counted, I have traveled or followed the path with one
person per year or about 8-12 people in my travels. My big
new challenge is how to find people to go with me to the
extremely exotic and different locations on the planet.

So who wants to go to Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Niger,
Chad, Libya and Egypt with me? Up some strange
river off the Amazon River? Down the Yangtze River
in China. Across the top of Russian Siberia? Walk
from Finland to Norway on foot? The heart of Africa?
Island hop in the Philippines for six months?

I love it when I research these types of projects,
because people will…

Plan an EXPEDITION
Plan a SAFARI
Plan a TREK
Plan an ADVENTURE
Plan an EXPLORATION

Therefore, TIME and MONEY is the enemy. Who has
the time and money to travel for three to six months,
who can slow down their lives long enough to see and
enjoy the world? No two weeks and out! No two days
and out! One of them words above… hehehe

THANK YOU
I am extremely grateful to all my friends, supporters,
donators, Mother, Father, Sisters and Brother, and
miscellaneous people in my life. I have the perfect life
and the life less normal. I be Hobo and travel from
place to place to earn money, traveling the planet
on the cheap.

HoboTraveler.com the web site has finally made
it over the hump and is self supporting and can afford
to buy this cheap Hobo one plane ticket per month.

This means, I have complete freedom to go anywhere
on the planet. This means that if I am in the wrong
place at the wrong time, I can leave.

HOBO CAMP - BANGKOK THAILAND

I have purchased a plane tickets to my base camp in
Bangkok, Thailand where I will probably go visit
Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, and the Philippines,
maybe Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan.

EXPLANATION OF PLANE TICKETS

Malaga Spain to Frankfurt Germany for 117 Euros
from website:
http://www.air-berlin.com

Sabine in Germany helped me buy a ticket from
Frankfurt Germany to Bangkok Thailand for 242 Euros
Travel Agency is 0221 - 800 11 00
Welt der Flüge
Alternatively, I believe
World of the flights

117 Euros
242 Euros
Or exact in U.S. Dollars thanks to new banking!
$157.47 U.S. Dollars
$328.39 U.S. Dollars

359 total Euros from Malaga, Spain to Bangkok, Thailand.
485.86 U.S. Dollars to escape.

Note that checking the exact balance online made me
realize I paid more than I thought.

I will work this out eventually, but so far, it seems there
are four best jump points on the planet.

FIRST AND BEST - Bangkok Thailand
SECOND - Frankfurt Germany
THIRD - New York or Boston USA to Europe
FOURTH - Miami Florida to Central and South America
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FUTURE PLANS

Find a photographers, writers, webmasters, or friend-s
to travel to the exotic places above. Probably meet up with
Oren in Europe in late May to drive buy a Hippie van
and drive around Eastern Europe.

Wander and wonder the planet, I be Hobo

Thanks
Life is Good!

Andy of HoboTraveler.com

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PREPARE FOR AFRICA TRIP

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PREPARE FOR AFRICA TRIP
How to travel from Morocco to Egypt Overland
OR maybe better to travel from Egypt to Morocco?

The art form of this tip is to see the patterns or motivations
that underlie the situation so as to anticipate problems.

I have EDITED and made this TIP SHORTER.
To see the complete online tip go here:
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Travel Overland from Morocco to Egypt Trip

 ***************** WARNING *****************
This page was made in NOVEMBER OF 2004
 Nothing is guaranteed and beware that every country
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MOROCCO to MAURITANIA to SENEGAL to
MALI to NIGER to LIBYA to EGYPT OR
Possibly I need to include Chad or Sudan.

This is one of them I help you and you help me tips pages.

I AM MAKING A CHECKLIST FOR MY FUTURE TRIP.

MAPS
The ideal map would have all the cities in at least
the three languages


English - French - Arabic
English for me.
French and Arabic for the taxi, bus, and guides
or maybe Camel or Donkey drivers. This would allow me to
point at the city I want to travel to and they could read the name
and then I could negotiate the price by writing down the price
on a piece pf paper and holing up the money in the specific
country I would be located.

English map of each country.

ENGLISH
Morocco
Mauritania
Senegal
Mali
Niger
Libya
Chad
Sudan
Egypt
Israel

French map of each country.

FRENCH
Le Maroc
La Mauritanie
Le Sénégal
Le Mali
Le Niger
La Libye
Le Tchad
Le Soudan
L'Egypte
L'Israel

Arabic map of each country.

ARABIC
Morocco
Mauritania
Senegal
Mali
Niger
Libya
Chad
Sudan
Egypt
Israel

General map of North Africa in English.
General map of North Africa in French.
General map of North Africa in Arabic.

Map links::
http://www.hobotraveler.com/ma_mapworld/howtovisitisrael.jpg

GUIDEBOOKS
- All countries
- General North Africa
- Look at the French ones - Copy Pages
- Look at the German ones - Copy pages.

DICTIONARIES
- English - French
- English - Arabic

TRANSPORTATION
- Buy a van
- Bus or tour
- Camel or Donkey
 
COMMUNICATION OR INTERNET ACCESS
- I need either a Satellite telephone or Mobile / Cell telephone
with internet access in the USA to call and use to
upload / download emails.

CHECKLIST OF COUNTRIES THAT HAVE MOBILE
OR CELLULAR ACCESS.
It may be necessary to by internet access in one of the
countries and call by cellular, mobile or satellite telephone
to a USA internet provider that allows me to upload or
download email though their internet access.
Note Verizon does not allow this. SMTP and POP.

Morocco
Mauritania
Senegal
Mali
Niger
Libya
Chad
Sudan
Egypt
Israel

ELECTRICITY
- Maybe a solar panel to create electricity for computer.
 
ROUTE or paths desired to take.

VISA - I need to get a visa for each of the countries probably
in England so I can debate and argue in English if needed,
maybe in the USA, but more difficult to live close to
Washington DC, in London I can live in a Hostel for a month
and travel around Europe while I wait for Visas.
Maybe possible to do all of this in Egypt.

RELIGIONS - CAPITALS - LANGUAGES
It is best to know which religion I am dealing with as religions
can be the most dangerous aspects of travel on the planet.

Map of Religions
http://www.hobotraveler.com/ma_mapworld/howtovisitisraelreligion.jpg

Morocco Capital Rabat
- Muslim 98
- Arabic (official), Derija (Moroccan Arabic), Berber dialects, French

Mauritania Capital Nouakchott
 - Muslim (Islam is the official religion; almost all Sunni Muslim)
99 percent
 - Arabic (official), Fulfulde, Soninke, Wolof, French

Senegal Capital Dakar
 - French (official), Wolof, Serer, Diola, Mandinka, other indigenous languages
 - Muslim 87 percent Indigenous beliefs 6 percent Christian
(mostly Roman Catholic) 5 percent

Mali Capital Bamako
 - French (official); Bambara and numerous other African languages
 - Muslim 81 percent Indigenous beliefs 16 percent Christian 2 percent

Niger Capital Niamey
 - French (official); Arabic, Boudouma, Djerma, Fulfulde,
Gourmantchema, Hausa, Kanouri, Tamachek,    Tasawak, Toubou
 - Muslim 90 percent (almost all Sunni Muslim) Indigenous
beliefs 8 percent Christian 1 percent

Libya Capital Tripoli
 - Arabic (official), Berber; Italian and English are widely
understood in major cities
 - Sunni Muslim 96 percent Orthodox Christian 2 percent
Roman Catholic 1 percent

Chad Capital N’Djamena
 - French (official), Arabic (official); more than 100 different
languages and dialects are spoken
 - Muslim 59 percent Indigenous beliefs 17 percent
Roman Catholic 10 percent Protestant 7 percent

Sudan Capital Khartoum
 - Arabic (official), Nubian, Dinka, Nuer, Bari, Lotuko, English
 - Sunni Muslim (in the north) 70 percent Ethno religionist
or Indigenous beliefs 12 percent Christian (mostly in the
south and Khartoum) 15 percent

Egypt Capital Cairo
Arabic (official); English and French widely understood by the educated
Muslim (mostly Sunni) 94 percent Coptic Christian and other 6 percent

WARS
 - As always I am subscribe by internet to these newsletters.
http://www.cnn.com
http://www.bbc.co.uk/
http://www.nytimes.com
I am also subscribed to both the USA and UK government or
consular sheet and warnings.
http://www.usgs.gov
http://www.travel.state.gov/travel_warnings.html
http://www.travel.state.gov/warnings_list.html
http://www.fco.gov.uk/travel
http://www.countrywatch.com
     Maybe good to have a shortwave radio.

LONELINESS - This is biggest priority!
- Find Riders along the way, maybe sit in London or France and
advertise for riders, or hit all the surf sites, etc. Write to some of the
tour companies.
- Find a girlfriend to take with me, a French one would be most
advantageous, dark hair better.
-Get a photographer and writer to travel along, being very careful not
to have by accident a millionaire or internationally know reporter.
as they will get kidnapped.
http://thorntree.lonelyplanet.com

ENTERTAINMENT
- Books to read, about one per week of trip minimum.
- Download some books online.
   http://www.hobotraveler.com/ebooks.php

- Copy some movies onto my hard drive.

TIME - OR HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
I have to calculate the time and money it will take, what types of
universal currency to carry.

MONEY
 - Auto Bank Machines ATM?
 - Currency and exchange rates?
 - How many U.S. Dollars and Euros to carry?

WEIGHT OF THINGS WE NEED TO BRING.
- Not a big problem, but according to the transportation.

TRANSPORTATION
- Internet search for bus, trains, camels, donkeys transporation.
- Get on Lonely Planet Thorntree and nose around.
http://thorntree.lonelyplanet.com

See about buying a Van or Truck?
Prague http://www.expats.cz
http://www.loot.com
http://www.thegumtree.com
There is a Van Mart for Aussies in London..
 I think near 7 sisters
Germany is probably good
Tarifa, Spain has a lot of surfers selling vans or caravans
http://www.tntmagazine.com/uk/
http://www.hobotraveler.com/transportation.php

PLACES I NEED TO GO
1. Library - Library online
2. Book Stores
3. Amazon.com - Bookstore online
http://www.amazon.com
4. Buy van or think about it.
5. Go talk to the South Africans in Earls Court
tube exit in London.

My work also involves these issues, and I am collecting
and accumulating information also on these pages.

Visa or Entry Stamp
http://www.hobotraveler.com/visaorentrystamp.php

Border Cities
http://www.hobotraveler.com/bordercities.php

Passports
http://www.hobotraveler.com/passportsvisas.php

Embassies
http://www.hobotraveler.com/embassy.php

Danger
http://www.hobotraveler.com/danger.php
 


I have EDITED and made this TIP SHORTER.
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Travel Overland from Morocco to Egypt Trip

 *****************
WARNING *****************
This page was made in NOVEMBER OF 2004
 Nothing is guaranteed and beware that every country
 ***************** WARNING *****************

The online map of this page to submit or add to the list is:
http://www.hobotraveler.com/de3howtotravelfrommoroccotoegyptoverland.php

Travel Overland from Morocco to Egypt Trip

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Hi,
First of all, I am not a power seller, but have over
400 positive feedbacks with 100% ratings. I am currently
starting my ebay business and trying to push the sales
a little harder.

I am experienced with european leather goods. I have
been trading small leather goods (mens accessories) for 4 years.
I you are currently in Europe, I would like to order brand names
small leather goods. I would like to buy in bulk
(maybe 10 or more items at a time).
Thanks

ANSWER

Hello Junio,

I am presently in Morocco and on the way soon to
Bangkok Thailand. I see a lot of leather goods in many
countries, but do not seem many BRAND name
leather goods. I am sure I see a lot of knock off or copies
of them though.

Which country in EUROPE would have cheap leather goods?
Europe is very expensive and hard to believe this would
be the best place to buy leather goods?
Maybe in Eastern Europe.

I am on my way to Bangkok, Indonesia, and maybe the Philippines
but I hope to drive around in a van in May with Oren in Eastern
Europe. Tell me where and and send me photos.

Note that Colombia has lots of cows, and so does
Guatemala so maybe there is the place for leather.

Thanks
Andy of HoboTraveler.com
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Hi Andy,
if you need a good interactive mapping service on the
road you might like www.map24.com. You need Java
to get the full features of our mapping service.
Good luck! Let me know if you like it. We already
have a couple of bloggers who like our service.

Regards,
Jens

ANSWER

NOTE do not send me links like this!
www.map24.com

Make like this
http://www.www.map24.com

In my email they are NOT clickable and I have to cut and paste
to go look at your sites, it is annoying and I really do not like
to have to cut and paste links... make it completed please.

Hello Jens,
I got on your site.
http://www.www.map24.com
You are correct it needs Java and the internet cafe machine was not
set up right or what not so work good. I did put the link on my maps page.
http://www.hobotraveler.com/maps.php

It will be there soon, when I publish.
I will look at it again, hard for me to push or recommend the java stuff as
it does not work for us boys out on the road or more or less the internet
cafes are not up to speed.

Thank for the notification though and hope you do well.
Andy of HoboTraveler.com in Marrakech, Morocco

I wonder what the other bloggers are up too? I am not able to
really monitor anyone but myself and most have not popped into
my google.com searches, but when they do, I pop them on a page.

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