Entering the Challah in Rabat, Morocco I was nervous walking around this ancient Roman Necropolis. There was an eerie sense of something else being there. It was enough to make me believe in the stories of djinn as I entered the Chellah…
The Sidi Ali Mouassim in Sidi Ali ben Hamadouch is a gnawa Morocco annual tradition that I am very pleased to be on my way to.
My business is to have fun. And that’s what I’m doing.
Montezuma’s revenge, Delhi belly, Hong Kong dog, Tiki trots, Casablanca crud, Katmandu quickstep. But travelers from Mexico, India, Nepal, Morocco, and other places might call it the ‘Lincoln’s Loose Logs’ or ‘Shock and Awe’, because they can get it when they visit the United States too
Adventurous destinations are the stuff of travel dreams. This week, guest blogger Rebecca Kelly offers us plenty to imagine, work for, and dream of with five adventurous destinations from around the world.
Port du Peche – Seafood in Casablanca, Morocco
Ifrane, Morocco 19 DEC 2012 I work too much. You wouldn’t believe how much time I put into Vagobond with social media, site research, article writing, editing, finding and working with writers, handling guest posts, and searching for advertising revenue. I’m not…
It’s not as well kept as the Batha Museum, not as grand and glorious as the Karaouyine Mosque, not as stinky or touristic as the famous Fez tanneries, but there is something truly awe inspiring in this famous, decrepit but still beautiful house.
Victoria Falls are a UNESCO World Heritage site that straddles the boarders of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Here the Zambezi river drops almost 400 feet across a 1 mile wide face into a remarkably small cut in the earth, making it the largest falls in the world.
Hardly advertised, the pilgrimage of Sidi Ali Ben Hamdouch is still known by most Moroccans. This is an opportunity to be transported deep into Moroccan tradition.