While it’s not really possible to tell you everything about Morocco in a blog post or even in many, here is a simplified guide to a lot of the many wonderful things you can do in Morocco
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.
The best part of Ramadan, though is the Iftar, breaking the fast at the end of the day with family and friends.
The 6th Edition of the Festival of Sufi Culture will take the stage this April . From Thursday the 12th to Saturday 14th a series of round tables, conferences and concerts will take place.
What do a fist fight, sugar shock, goal setting and fatherhood all have in common with Morocco? Read on to find out.
Schweeya b schweeya translates to little by little and if there is a modus operendi that nearly every Moroccan plays the game of life by, this is certainly it.