The Not-So-Dreaded Layover: How many of you dread a long airport layover when you're traveling? The lack of food options or overpriced snacks and drinks, overcrowded waiting areas and crying babies can drive us crazy even during a short layover if you have to spend the whole time in the airport. But layovers don't always … Continue reading Lisbon Layover
Marrakech, the last city on our journey through Morocco, where you come to experience world class hotels and riads, delicious food, and a lot of shopping in the markets. Marrakech's Medina, just like the Medina's in the country's other cities, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marrakesh has the largest souk - traditional market - in … Continue reading Mesmerizing Marrakech
Picture yourself in a breezy coastal town full of art, restaurants, amazing people and a long stretch of sand. Add surfers, a few horses and camels on the beach and the aroma of tagine in the air and you've found yourself in the enchanting city of Essaouira, Morocco. Like the rest of Morocco's famous … Continue reading Essaouira Enchanted
If you're following my blog so far, you've noticed that Morocco has many cities or neighborhoods that - once you're there, everything is the same color. Fes though? Now that is a whole different experience. I have to say it was the most colorful city in all of Morocco. From the souks, to the tanneries, … Continue reading From Fes, With Love
So you want to visit Morocco but aren't sure where to start. If you're traveling from the United States, Casablanca should be your first stop. Almost all flights to Morocco have a layover in Casablanca to switch planes. Therefore, if you plan to tour around the country a bit, it can save you time and … Continue reading Twelve Hours in Casablanca!
Part of my trip to Morocco included a visit to the Sahara Desert. My friend and I travelled for 8 hours by an overnight bus to a village called Merzouga. Merzouga is a small village on the southeast tip of Morocco - a little over 100km from the Algerian border. When we got off the bus … Continue reading A Day in Merzouga at Ksar Bicha