Morocco: A Land Between Ocean and Desert

In North Africa, the Kingdom of Morocco rises as a land of contrasts: of colours, people, landscapes and languages. The official languages are Arabic and Berber language, but french is pretty common as well. The streets of the city are filled with people and shops, colourful fabrics and street food. And if you travel far … Continue Reading

What You Should Know About Food in Marrakesh

The flavoured and inventive dishes of Moroccan cuisine cannot leave you unimpressed. The smell, colours and different textures are just too appealing to not give in. But there is something you should know about food in Marrakesh and especially Jamaa el Fna food stalls. Common dishes Tajines (with either chicken, lamb, beef or fish, adding … Continue Reading

Camel trekking in Moroccan Desert

Camel trekking was definitely my favourite moment from the trip in Morocco. Sand as far as the eye can see, a clear sky and quiet. It “hits” you even harder if it’s your first time in the desert.  It’s not just the way the sand has shaped itself, but the overall feeling of tranquillity.