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Morroco Agadir Flights 7 nights Bed & Breakfast £114.00 @ Teletext Holidays

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came across this holiday deal in teletext holiday bloody cheap!!! 4* hotel flights and BnB included seems a good deal Read More
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came across this holiday deal in teletext holiday bloody cheap!!! 4* hotel flights and BnB included seems a good deal
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BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
he mustve been reading that thread and so knew when to strike...
crappy things happen all over the world, the religion of the country/individual shouldn't be a factor in judging if you should go there or not.
each to their own i guess.


Edited By: K0YS on Jan 06, 2017 23:33
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I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
8 Likes
Probably double the price by the point of booking. Been there with teletext ....
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Had a lovely holiday in Agadir last Summer and planning on going back this year with family. To put this in some perspective , the risk of a terrorist attack in the UK is currently under the severe risk banner. We found the people in Morocco far more accepting of Westerners than other North African Muslim countries , and we felt perfectly at ease the whole time we were there. We spent a lot of time away from the hotel visiting areas of interest. Unfortunately a large amount of countries carry high/severe risks of attacks at the moment, but you can't let it dictate your every move. Also the last attack was in Marrakech in 2011, nothing recent to my knowledge.


Edited By: tinkerbellian on Jan 06, 2017 21:19
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco

We had a fantastic family holiday in Morocco and as an ex soldier the security state is something I'm very aware of. Not of a fraction of the current threat in Turkey and thousands will still flock there in the summer! If you live your live by that mantra you wouldn't get far including our major UK cities, sporting events and shopping centres

Edited By: wagtail on Jan 06, 2017 22:17

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Probably double the price by the point of booking. Been there with teletext ....
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s100nko
Probably double the price by the point of booking. Been there with teletext ....


Totally agree!
10 Likes #3
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
lol
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco

Agadir is fine and very liberal in terms of Islam.... its also full of holiday resorts, nice enough place and some really nice newer hotels.
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco


Not a silly comment at all.... I have been a regular visitor with my wife and two children to agadir/taghazout over the last few years and after out last visit two years ago we decided that it would be our last, things have definitely changed for the worse out there, to a point that I just didn't feel comfortable taking my family anymore.Cant quite explain it but there was just a different atmosphere.. A sense that things/feelings were now different towards westerners.At first I put it down to maybe a bit of paranoia on my part due to the current instability regarding Muslim countries etc but my wife said she felt the same. Such a shame as we had some amazing holidays there and mixed with some great locals :-( but when it ultimately came down to it the safety of my family is far more important! Would I go on my own/with mates surfing again?.... Probably!
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great place :)
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Had a lovely holiday in Agadir last Summer and planning on going back this year with family. To put this in some perspective , the risk of a terrorist attack in the UK is currently under the severe risk banner. We found the people in Morocco far more accepting of Westerners than other North African Muslim countries , and we felt perfectly at ease the whole time we were there. We spent a lot of time away from the hotel visiting areas of interest. Unfortunately a large amount of countries carry high/severe risks of attacks at the moment, but you can't let it dictate your every move. Also the last attack was in Marrakech in 2011, nothing recent to my knowledge.


Edited By: tinkerbellian on Jan 06, 2017 21:19
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good deal.
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco

We had a fantastic family holiday in Morocco and as an ex soldier the security state is something I'm very aware of. Not of a fraction of the current threat in Turkey and thousands will still flock there in the summer! If you live your live by that mantra you wouldn't get far including our major UK cities, sporting events and shopping centres

Edited By: wagtail on Jan 06, 2017 22:17
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco

Morocco is safe as there is no any trace of some governments/countries' intrusion. and definitely u know which countries i mean. (_;)
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I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
#13
s100nko
Probably double the price by the point of booking. Been there with teletext ....

Lol true. I'm going to have a look anyway as i was in agadir last summer and loved just floating in the warm sea.

damn, its a telephone booking only.

Edited By: K0YS on Jan 06, 2017 23:28: edito
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kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco


Sound advice citizen. There is a critical threat of terrorism in these countries. We should steer clear of different cultures which expand our horizons and highlight the flaws in our own systems. It's much safer to stay in the UK, especially now the government has access to internet history (nothing to hide ey). Move along now, nothing to see here.
banned 1 Like #15
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
14 Likes #16
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
he mustve been reading that thread and so knew when to strike...
crappy things happen all over the world, the religion of the country/individual shouldn't be a factor in judging if you should go there or not.
each to their own i guess.


Edited By: K0YS on Jan 06, 2017 23:33
2 Likes #17
K0YS
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
he mustve been reading that thread and so knew when to strike...
crappy things happen all over the world, the religion of the country/individual shouldn't be a factor in judging if you should go there or not.
each to their own i guess.



I presumed given his comedy name and the comedy comments this was a joke, please don't tell me otherwise if it wasn't :|
1 Like #18
Bear with us for few more days, Trump will make America great again, we all can go there for great holidays. Teresa will make sure we are at the front of the queue.
6 Likes #19
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
I suppose Florida isn't safe right now, would u suggest we shouldn't risk it? Heard some Muslim maniac guy was shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida and killed five people? He is a terrible Muslim maniac. He was caught alive which is really good because now the autrhories can establish his terror links and clean the society of these nasty maniacs. Other than that I suppose it's very safe as it isn't really a majority Muslim country and they don't really have shoot out every other day at schools and the police are really nice with the black community they don't go round shooting the coloured people.
#20
No way would I go to a North African country. Much more chance of being murdered by terrorist attacks and that's a FACT.
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dont drag religion into this if i have commited a crime i should be punished not my family or friend unfortunetly we live in a world where the media highlights a crime link it as its a islamic problem, in the last year the amount of peadophilia cases that were unearth in the UK has the media once linked it as christian problem? NO!! so please dont drag religion please!!
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BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it


I also went to Liverpool in 2015. Weather was crap
1 Like #23
kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco


Had this exact argument in November. Was wanting to go to Marrakech or German Market for the Dec 17-20th... Guess which exact market they wanted to visit in Germany because it was safer, they said a country like morroco was to risky. Genuinely amused, sucks there was a terror attack but couldn't have proven my point more...

However we didn't go to either due to a family issue tho.

Edited By: rvcshart on Jan 07, 2017 05:47
1 Like #24
grandoldchap
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
I suppose Florida isn't safe right now, would u suggest we shouldn't risk it? Heard some Muslim maniac guy was shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida and killed five people? He is a terrible Muslim maniac. He was caught alive which is really good because now the autrhories can establish his terror links and clean the society of these nasty maniacs. Other than that I suppose it's very safe as it isn't really a majority Muslim country and they don't really have shoot out every other day at schools and the police are really nice with the black community they don't go round shooting the coloured people.


Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran. Oops, not a Muslim
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Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.
#26
u would have to pay me and then i still wont go
#27
kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco


totally agree with you on this one
#28
tinkerbellian
Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.


we stopped there on a cruise ship last October and were bussed in from the port. Honestly, it seemed like everyone just straight up asked for money off us, we quickly walked to the beach because we thought there wouldn't be any beggars at the waters edge, wrong we couldn't even get peace to walk along the beach. After that in was straight back to the shuttle bus. Wasn't just us who hated it either. A lot of people we spoke to back on-board had similar experiences. I honestly wouldn't go on this holiday if it was free.
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Ok so back to the deal, £114's a blinding offer.
#30
Stevie Badman
tinkerbellian
Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.
we stopped there on a cruise ship last October and were bussed in from the port. Honestly, it seemed like everyone just straight up asked for money off us, we quickly walked to the beach because we thought there wouldn't be any beggars at the waters edge, wrong we couldn't even get peace to walk along the beach. After that in was straight back to the shuttle bus. Wasn't just us who hated it either. A lot of people we spoke to back on-board had similar experiences. I honestly wouldn't go on this holiday if it was free.
Yes but you were coming in off a cruise ship, notorious for being full of people desperate to buy tacky souvenirs in every port. That is not the same as going there on holiday.
#31
Heat777
grandoldchap
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
I suppose Florida isn't safe right now, would u suggest we shouldn't risk it? Heard some Muslim maniac guy was shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida and killed five people? He is a terrible Muslim maniac. He was caught alive which is really good because now the autrhories can establish his terror links and clean the society of these nasty maniacs. Other than that I suppose it's very safe as it isn't really a majority Muslim country and they don't really have shoot out every other day at schools and the police are really nice with the black community they don't go round shooting the coloured people.
Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran. Oops, not a Muslim
Are u serious? U telling me he isn't a Muslim maniac? Oh he must have mental issues then, all of these non Muslim guys seems to have mental health problems. These guys are good fellas they didn't mean to kill it's just that they were a little unwell so they must have just shot people for the fun of it. Can someone please google the meaning of terrorism?
#32
MisterSkinflint
No way would I go to a North African country. Much more chance of being murdered by terrorist attacks and that's a FACT.
Yeah - North Africa contains that popular holiday destination Libya. Your point is?
#33
grandoldchap
Can someone please google the meaning of terrorism?
That won't help you. "Terrorism" is a meaningless political term. For instance, what the UK describes as "rebels" in Syria, Assad describes as "terrorists".
#34
pibpob
Stevie Badman
tinkerbellian
Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.
we stopped there on a cruise ship last October and were bussed in from the port. Honestly, it seemed like everyone just straight up asked for money off us, we quickly walked to the beach because we thought there wouldn't be any beggars at the waters edge, wrong we couldn't even get peace to walk along the beach. After that in was straight back to the shuttle bus. Wasn't just us who hated it either. A lot of people we spoke to back on-board had similar experiences. I honestly wouldn't go on this holiday if it was free.
Yes but you were coming in off a cruise ship, notorious for being full of people desperate to buy tacky souvenirs in every port. That is not the same as going there on holiday.


do you want me to lie? the place is rammed with beggars and smells of raw sewerage. End of.
2 Likes #35
Stevie Badman
pibpob
Stevie Badman
tinkerbellian
Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.
we stopped there on a cruise ship last October and were bussed in from the port. Honestly, it seemed like everyone just straight up asked for money off us, we quickly walked to the beach because we thought there wouldn't be any beggars at the waters edge, wrong we couldn't even get peace to walk along the beach. After that in was straight back to the shuttle bus. Wasn't just us who hated it either. A lot of people we spoke to back on-board had similar experiences. I honestly wouldn't go on this holiday if it was free.
Yes but you were coming in off a cruise ship, notorious for being full of people desperate to buy tacky souvenirs in every port. That is not the same as going there on holiday.
do you want me to lie? the place is rammed with beggars and smells of raw sewerage. End of.
Nope. I want you to realise that visiting from a cruise ship is not the same as spending 7 nights there on holiday, which is what this deal is about.
#36
TheForsh
kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Sound advice citizen. There is a critical threat of terrorism in these countries. We should steer clear of different cultures which expand our horizons and highlight the flaws in our own systems. It's much safer to stay in the UK, especially now the government has access to internet history (nothing to hide ey). Move along now, nothing to see here.
Couldn't have said it better without being abusive
#37
kamenitzabrit
I know this comment will not appeal to everyone, but is it really sensible to go to countries like Morocco, unless you're travelling alone, and certainly not with children ?
Lots of places which are much safer - yes I know nothing much has happened, but there's a first time for everything, and I wouldn't want my children with me if it all goes pear shaped.
The uk govt website states there's a high risk of terrorism....https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
There's a high risk of terrorism in this country, especially London.
#38
MisterSkinflint
No way would I go to a North African country. Much more chance of being murdered by terrorist attacks and that's a FACT.
Putting FACT at the end of a sentence doesn't make it so. Try Juarez in Mexico, you'd have a great time. Not a lot of Muslims or African's.
#39
grandoldchap
Heat777
grandoldchap
BrianSewell
There are plenty of non Muslim countries to visit. Don't take a gamble with your families lives.
We had a thread on this very forum about Sousse in 2015. A few weeks later a maniac Muslim slaughtered dozens, including people who went there because of a HUKD deal. We also had the 'uk is more dangerous' brigade encouraging them to go.
I implore you: please don't risk it
I suppose Florida isn't safe right now, would u suggest we shouldn't risk it? Heard some Muslim maniac guy was shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida and killed five people? He is a terrible Muslim maniac. He was caught alive which is really good because now the autrhories can establish his terror links and clean the society of these nasty maniacs. Other than that I suppose it's very safe as it isn't really a majority Muslim country and they don't really have shoot out every other day at schools and the police are really nice with the black community they don't go round shooting the coloured people.
Esteban Santiago, an Iraq war veteran. Oops, not a Muslim
Are u serious? U telling me he isn't a Muslim maniac? Oh he must have mental issues then, all of these non Muslim guys seems to have mental health problems. These guys are good fellas they didn't mean to kill it's just that they were a little unwell so they must have just shot people for the fun of it. Can someone please google the meaning of terrorism?

Yeah, I think the clue he isn't a Muslim is his name.
#40
pibpob
Stevie Badman
pibpob
Stevie Badman
tinkerbellian
Stevie Badman
I wouldn't go back there. Not a minutes peace from beggars and street sellers, no escaping them either, they follow you and shout at you if you try to ignore them. Never again.
Really odd as we didn't encounter this at all. Yes there were street vendors but they were in major tourist parts as you would expect. Where we stayed in Agadir we saw them each day we walked along the prom behind our hotel , they were polite and friendly, greeting us but never being rude . As for beggars, none in this area , some in the old town, but again friendly if a little cheeky , but if you are poor you have to try your luck I guess. Again at the souk we encountered some people who I would assume may have been homeless , but only one or two, and they didn't even approach us. I've found far more intimidating behaviour from people in the streets of the U.K. To be honest. However I don't know which part of Morocco you stayed in which may have made a difference, obviously poorer areas may have issues, but we found a very welcoming country.
we stopped there on a cruise ship last October and were bussed in from the port. Honestly, it seemed like everyone just straight up asked for money off us, we quickly walked to the beach because we thought there wouldn't be any beggars at the waters edge, wrong we couldn't even get peace to walk along the beach. After that in was straight back to the shuttle bus. Wasn't just us who hated it either. A lot of people we spoke to back on-board had similar experiences. I honestly wouldn't go on this holiday if it was free.
Yes but you were coming in off a cruise ship, notorious for being full of people desperate to buy tacky souvenirs in every port. That is not the same as going there on holiday.
do you want me to lie? the place is rammed with beggars and smells of raw sewerage. End of.
Nope. I want you to realise that visiting from a cruise ship is not the same as spending 7 nights there on holiday, which is what this deal is about.


so if I'd been there on holiday there would be no beggars and the smell of **** would also be gone?

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