A Walk in the Past – Fez

Truth be told, we didn’t get to experience much of Fez because of a scheduling flaw on our part – we arrived on a Friday evening and were leaving the very next day. Fez was never in our original plan, but since it was on the path of our return to Marrakech, we decided to stop by for a glimpse of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Blue Jewel of Morocco – Chefchaouen

There are many theories as to why Chefchaouen is dressed in an azure shade of blue, but my favorite is the one in which the first Jew settlers painted the walls blue to resemble the heavens. Because Chefchaouen is, indeed, a heavenly retreat on earth.

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First Taste of Morocco

Morocco is a country brimming with paradox. The serenity of Essaouira against the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh, the monotonous shades of clay walls against the vibrant carpets, the curious blend of modern and traditional way of lives, and also the indiscernible impression the country left us with. Weeks after our trip, I am still loudly wondering how…

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