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Tajines in Morocco

How to Experience Morocco From Home

So far, Morocco has opened their borders for Moroccans abroad to repatriate home, but its borders remain closed for international tourism. While travel enthusiasts are eagerly waiting to visit Morocco, we would like to recommend...
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Harv & Marge Fes Medina Tour
October 27, 2019

Harv & Marge – October 2019

We feel very fortunate to be able to see Morocco, and we are taking back many fond memories.  We felt very safe the entire time and really enjoyed the Moroccan people.  We will cherish these...
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Tunisia Sahara Nomad Guides

A Night with the Nomads in the Tunisian Sahara Desert

7 years old and off on a Sahara adventure Camping in the Sahara desert is easily one of our family’s favourite things to do.  Our daughter still has vivid memories of the times that daddy...
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Morocco Souk

A Souq of Surprises

North African souq or souk (markets) are fabulous places to experience the authentic culture of this region… Excitement and energy are par for the course and it’s easy to get swept up in the drama...
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3 Tips for Traveling with Children

You’re wondering if it’s really worth the effort to travel with your little ones..??  IT IS!!  North African culture places a high value on little people and their presence with you will likely win you...
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From Islands to Cities…

There’s no doubt about it… things just have a different feel on an island. After years living in Fes, Morocco, I still find myself marveling at the significant differences between life there then and here...
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Quad ride in the desert

Family Travel in Morocco… Why Bother??

“Five times the work, 10 times the blessing…”  This has consistently been my response to people inquiring about family travel in Morocco or living abroad with children!  I will not lie to you, if you...
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Couscous

Unbelievable that this pasta the size of a needle head can cause such an ecstatic culinary experience… Whether it’s pronounced ‘ksks’, ‘seksu’ or ‘kuskusi’, any trip to North Africa would be incomplete without at least...
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Never Say Goodbye…

“You’re my only friend,” said the woman sitting beside me. Really?! I thought to myself, That’s strange… she’s seems so kind, so funny, so hospitable… am I really her only friend in the whole world?...
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Essential Essaouira

This could very well be one of my favourite places in Morocco… The ‘artsy’ town of Essaouira has enough natural beauty and Eastern world mystery to make it a tourist attraction, and at the same...
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Babies and Bottle Warmers

For those of you who track with this blog, you’ve likely noted about a three week absence of anything new… this is true and the reason being that we have something, or rather someONE very...
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The Big Party…

We had always wanted to try it and given this would probably be our last child, it was also more than likely our last chance to host a big sbuwa party.  The Arabic word sbuwa...
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