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France doesn’t unveil itself to me from behind the lens of its tourist towns. It unveils itself to me at its long, food-filled tables. Increasingly, through these rituals of food and connection, France has ceased to be a two-dimensional place with a long list of places to see – instead, it has become a comforting, comfortable, community-filled home.

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After their three week adventure traveling in Morocco in a rented camper van, I interviewed my parents about their experience. What came was a discussion of the challenges they faced, the advantages and differences as compared to other modes of travel, things they learned from Bruno and I, and tips for people considering traveling this way. Will my parents ever travel by camper van again? Read on to learn their concluding thoughts!

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Kasbahs, palmeraies, gorges, and desert dunes – my parents saw it all when they embarked with Bruno and I on a camper van adventure in Morocco! This entry is long and picture-heavy, so sit back, relax, and join us as we navigate high-pressure sales, ksars frozen in time, bad roads, crazy drivers, mountain passes, hairpin bends, camel rides, and a rental camper van!

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