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Facts about the Sahara Desert

For at least several thousand years, the Sahara was lush green, bustling with life. The ancient Egyptians could farm, raise livestock and live in prosperity. For some unknown reason the situation changed, the monsoon clouds moved south, the rains stopped, and green, fruitful soil turned...

Moroccan Food -Traditional Food from Morocco

Morocco is famous all over the world for argan oil, carpets, Marrakech souq, sunny weather … and delicious food! So, we knew that we would not go hungry when we went to Morocco. Moroccan food is packed with so many flavours coming mostly from 8 Moroccan Spices sometimes seemingly...

Morocco Facts

We spent two months exploring Morocco and its beautiful sites. We try to learn as much as we could about this fascinating country which resulted in this article Morocco Facts. MOROCCO QUICK FACTSofficial nameKingdom of Moroccosize710,850 km2population37 million peopleofficial...

Things to do in Essaouira

Are you planning a trip to Morocco, you should have Essaouira on your list – its one of the best city in Morocco to visit a charming old city with beautiful medina. If it will be your first trip to Morocco read our Morocco travel tips . Read and learn about things to do in Essaouira...

Moroccan Souvenirs – What to Buy in Morocco

Morocco Souvenirs – Pin it !!! One of the things we love about the travelling life are the opportunities to buy exotic goods from the countries we visit.  Morocco is immensely rich in decorative craftsmanship, and easy to reach from Europe, especially from Spain and Portugal...

Best Spices from Morocco

A trip to Morocco is usually topped off with the region’s delicious treats. Moroccan dishes are typically characterized by a large variety of rare spices and flavouring. This wide range of spices gives the Moroccan food rich, tangy sauces and zesty.  Spices of Morocco Before taking a...

Medinas of Morocco

7 Must See Medinas of Morocco

Medinas (Old Towns) of Morocco are possibly the most well known feature of the country. Five of them are inscribed as Unesco World Heritage sites.  All of them are fascinating to explore. They are typically characterised by a maze of narrow streets, courtyard houses (Riads) and an absence...

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