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Lorna Parkes Commissioning editor, National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Lottie Gross Author of Dog-Friendly Weekends

Richard Hammond Author of The Green Traveller

Steph Dyson Travel writer and South America specialist

the Ciudad Perdida in Colombia; the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal in Buckinghamshire

Can you recommend a budgetfriendly itinerary for a 10-day family trip (with kids aged nine and 14) to Morocco, combining the beach, culture, desert and time in Marrakech? At nine and 14, your kids are at the perfect ages for an adventure in Morocco. Starting in Marrakech for a couple of nights, stay centrally in the medina in a beautiful traditional house such as Riad Noos

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