– What's up everybody? I'm heading halfway around theworld right now to Morocco.
It's the first time thatI'll ever go to Morocco so I'm very excited.
Starting in LAX going all the way over to, where is it? Morocco right here.
And I'm bringing my buddy Nate with me who doesn't travel much and doesn't have any experiencegoing around the world.
So I'm going to showhim some travel hacks.
And let's see how he does.
Like for example, you should always bringa travel neck pillow on the airplane with you.
Dude, what are you doing?You're not even packed.
– I just don't know what to pack.
– [Zach] Throw it on.
Let's go, let's go.
You're going to need that.
All right, here you go.
All right, off to Morocco.
(energetic music) All right, we just got to Morocco after 17 hours of flying.
I'm really excited to be here.
But, hey, let's go to the Souk, which is the marketplace here.
(traditional music) There's so many colors, there's so much to look at.
I think I might get like awooden camel or something.
I don't know.
All right, so I think I'mgoing to get this camel.
Thank you, it's beautiful.
– Thank you.
– Appreciate it.
How much would you have to be paid to put a snake around your neck? – I'll do it for 50 bucks.
– (laughs) I can't.
– Ten? – Yeah, ten bucks.
– All right, I'll do it for 10 bucks.
– There we go.
– We're actually doing this?- Yep.
– Are you for real?- Yep.
– You're not joking.
(Nate groans) – I'm not doing it.
– [Zach] Oh my gosh! He's really doing it.
We barely walked overthere and all of a sudden they're shoving snakes on all of us.
– [Nate] All over us.
– [Zach] I literally was running away.
– I got to shake it off.
I got to shake it off.
– There are horses everywhere.
I've already lost Nate.
Nate! Oh, here he is.
What are you doing? – Oh I'm looking for a postcard.
But I'm not really findingthe image I'm looking for.
Kind of looking for a scenery, you know.
– [Zach] Oh dude! I can help you out with that.
– Wait, really? – [Zach] Yeah, come here.
Come over here.
All right, so I'm giving you the most original postcardyou can get in Morocco.
I want you to stand bythe water over there.
– All right.
– [Zach] Cool, give me anice big cheese, pose, smile.
Cool and nice.
Dude, look at that.
– Yo! That's pretty original.
– That'll be 200 dirham.
I think we should getyou some sort of scarf.
– You think that a guy can rock a scarf? – Yeah.
– Let's go look for a scarf.
– Wow, there's a lot of options.
Actually, I'm gonna go with this one.
– Yes, no US.
– You don't take US? – No.
– Okay, gimme one second.
I'll be right back.
I only have American.
Zach, you do have any dirham? – Dude, travel tip.
Super important, you haveto have a converter app for your money.
– What? – You gotta have this app.
Now let's travel around with this.
And then, convert it.
Et voila! – Dude, thank you so much.
I owe you.
Thank you very much.
Have a good day.
Dude, look at this.
What do you think, Zach? – [Zach] Dude, I like it.
– Yeah? – It's a good style.
– It's fashionable? – Yeah.
– Let's do it.
– That was a successful day in the Souk.
– It was.
– [Zach] And we've gottento meet a lot of fans.
So that's been cool.
– [Nate] We have.
– [Zach] Yeah.
A surprising amount of fans in Morocco.
All right, let's get a taxi and head back.
– I'ma gonna hail down a horse.
All right, we found a horse and carriage so we're gonna go up here for a little ride.
All right, it's pretty sweet.
– I feel like royalty.
– This is what is making youlook like royalty right now.
– Pretty much.
(upbeat music) – [Zach] All right horsies.
All right, so we are exploringthe back alleys of Morocco.
And it's pretty cool.
– Excuse me.
Can you take a photo of us? – You wanna take a photo for them? – Here, I'll do it.
You do that.
– Yes, okay.
Thank you very much.
– All right.
Wait, do you have background? – Why not?- Here.
I'll change your background.
(air whooshing) (upbeat music) – What are you doing? – [Zach] No, they're in here.
(girls exclaiming) Okay, smile.
– [Girls] Thank you.
– I'm excited this evening because we are going to a fancy dinner.
We're getting ready to go right.
Why are you dressed like that? – What do you mean, why am I dressed like that.
– Where's your button-up? We gotta get going.
– Button up? You didn't tellme I had to pack a button-up.
– Dude, I said (sighs).
You sure you didn't pack one? Hand me the hanger.
That's a lot of feathers.
Don't move Nate.
– Wait, what are you doing?- Hold still.
– What are you doing? (whooshing) – Dude.
– [Zach] Dude, thanks.
Did somebody say fancy dinner? (upbeat music) – Yeah, this is a super fancy dinner.
– So glad I dressed up.
– [Zach] How's the dinner? – [Nate] Half the time, Idon't know what I'm eating.
But it is amazing.
– This dinner is crazy.
Have you ever been at a dinner where they did horse show? In Morocco.
Underneath the stars.
That was the end of an incredible day.
Tomorrow, we go to the desert.
Hey, we gotta go.
– What? No.
– [Zach] Yep.
– Just five more minutes.
– [Zach] Dude, we're late, we're late.
Let's go, dude.
– No, five more minutes.
– All right.
We are in the Sahara Desert.
It is very hot out here.
And we're about to go on some ATVs.
– Woo! I'm excited, dude.
– [Nate] Oh my gosh.
This looks amazing.
(Zach grunts of excitement) (upbeat music) – Whoa! (upbeat music) – [Zach] Thank you.
– Whoa! Okay, whoa.
Whoa! – [Zach] Good job dude.
Okay, riding camels is pretty cool.
– It's pretty great but I'm exhausted.
– Nate has got a little jet lag.
And I've got a little travel hack for him.
You know how the sun's still out? – Yeah.
– I'm gonna change that.
You gotta find a lantern.
– What? A lantern? – [Zach] Hold the camera.
– What, why? – All right.
So I've got my traditionalMoroccan lantern here.
Open the little door.
(whooshing) All right.
It's dark out here.
(birds chirping) (water splashing) What's up everybody.
I hope you enjoyed our trip to Morocco.
We had a blast here.
And I hope you got some travel tips.
– Yeah, I feel like I gotsome tricks up my sleeve? – You don't have sleeves.
– Okay, yeah.
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– Hey, race you to the end.
Three, two, one, go! (upbeat music).