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Digital Subscriptions > Lonely Planet Traveller (UK) > April 2019 > What I’ve learned... walking through Morocco

What I’ve learned... walking through Morocco

Alice Morrison is a writer, adventurer and BBC presenter. She is currently undertaking a 700-mile trek following Morocco’s River Draa from source to sea

A traveller should always learn a few phrases of the local language. It shows willing – tells people you’re not just using their country as a tourist destination, but that you’re actually interested. speak Arabic and I’m learning one of the Berber languages, and I couldn’t have been given a warmer welcome.

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In the April issue… join us to celebrate ten years of Lonely Planet magazine, this month specially guest-edited by Bear Grylls and featuring some of his extraordinary travels; find inspiration to push boundaries of your own with our collection of 100 adventures – big or small – to last a lifetime; go on a Great Escape to Uganda in search of gorillas, chimpanzees and shoebills; see how Madrid is reinventing itself in its parks, galleries, restaurants and bars; and much more