Missing Morocco


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August 8th 2007
Published: August 8th 2007
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I know I said I was retired from blogging but I had to do one last post as a ode to everything I love and miss about Morocco. I am also happy to announce that thanks to Google's cache of webpages I have been able to find and republish my lost blogs.


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Merzouga MiceMerzouga Mice
Merzouga Mice

Early in the morning when the sun is rising the angle of the sunrays highlight the night's tracks, giving away where mice have burried themselves to hide from the daytime sun.
EssouiraEssouira
Essouira

The sea wall is historic and complete with cannons. The town is calm and the people friendly. The beach is beautiful and the wind is a welcome relief in the summer.
OudayaOudaya
Oudaya

I miss the twisting little alleys in the medina. Calm residential streets lead off of the busy market areas.
KhamisaKhamisa
Khamisa

The hand of Fatima is a symbol of protection.
WildlifeWildlife
Wildlife

The monkeys at Ozoud were a little too used to people but still counted as wildlife in my book.
ToubkalToubkal
Toubkal

Just past the town of Imlil is the entrance to Toubkal National Park, the most accessible part of the Atlas.
OukimdenOukimden
Oukimden

Despite everything we hear about global warming, Africa still has enough snow for skiing in the Atlas.
Rural VillagesRural Villages
Rural Villages

I loved visiting Volunteers like Cybele who lived in more rural areas than I did. This village is about an hour east of Marrakech.
My RoofMy Roof
My Roof

This patio/roof was used for drying wheat and laundry but also doubled as my garden and yard.
MaryamMaryam
Maryam

Morocco is beautiful but what I loved most were the Moroccans who welcomed me with open arms and incredible hospitality.
Salma and HashimaSalma and Hashima
Salma and Hashima

Maryam's daughter and mother taught me more about life in Morocco than I had expected to learn. It's all about family.


10th August 2007

Quel voyage
Salut ma grande! Magnifiques photos, à l'image, je suppose, de tous les souvenirs qui remplissent ton coeur. Je t'embrasse. Matt
2nd March 2010

thanks for what u said about morocco and moroccans
i just want to comment on hospitality u talked about.we Moroccans in general,their re exceptions lol, through the history have been known by hospitality and generousity.It's a life style here. have you visited fes city?It's my homecity and it's worth visiting. goodluck bye hassan
3rd July 2012

Morocco so beautiful
thax so much for this pic of cros its so beautifull im boy i live in merzouga and welcome agen to morocco

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