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Short Stories of Misadventures in Morocco

By Matthew Felix | Novel • Travel Writing • Short Stories | Adventure, humor, and spirituality.

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AUDIO BOOK OUT NOW!!! [o] Select true stories excerpted from the book "With Open Arms: Short Stories of Misadventures in Morocco” (#1 Amazon Bestseller: Kindle Morocco * Books Morocco * Kindle Africa * Books Africa). [o] Awarded Three 2018 Solas Awards for Travel Writing! Gold for "Welcome Back Again"; Bronze for "Welcome to Tangier"; Honorable Mention for "A Turkish Bath in Morocco". [o] "Matthew's prose is a dance between the richness and delicacy of poetry and the bawdy, acerbic wit of a standup comic." - The Best Travel Writing, Volume II contributor Keith Skinner [o] When Matthew had to renew his European visa, his point of exit was obvious: he was going to Morocco. Memories of his previous trip filled him with anxiety. What was he thinking? After everything that had happened, did he really want to go back? Scams. Altercations. Mishaps. But also humor and beauty. His curiosity overcoming his fears, his second trip would prove as unforgettable as the first. [o] Read by the author. [o] Music Credits: "Mining by Moonlight" by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Customer Reviews


This is poorly written and is a whiney author complaining about everyone and everything in Morocco.


In the mood for a few hours of uninformed ramblings and thinly-veiled xenophobia, peppered with forced synonyms conjured up from the collegiate thesaurus a naive and amateur traveler keeps adjacent to his laptop?

This dullard’s memoirs are an absolute disservice to the beautiful country and people of Morocco. They perpetuate fear, stereotype and suspicion rather than foster understanding and appreciation.


I enjoyed listening to this and bought his book.

Side note: the relentless pressure Matthew describes reminds me of how women feel when they tell a man “no” in America.