Trip to the desert – how to prepare, what to pack?

Lots of people ask me: “What to pack to the Sahara trip? How should I prepare?” So here it is, the list of the most useful items and a couple of tips before your excursion! My list is based on my numerous experiences of travelling to Merzouga, to the average, non luxury camps. Regardless the […]

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Shame on you – HSHOUMA!

Hshouma in Morocco is a taboo, something we should not talk about. While walking on the streets in Casablanca and other cities, you can hear “khoya, hshouma!” (lit. “shame, bro”) when a guy does something embarassing or not socially accepted. There are hundreds of other examples when the word hshouma can be heard and used. […]

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Casablanca – best districts to live for expats

So, you’re here because you probably want to rent a house or an apartment in Casablanca, right? I will share with you my experience living in Casa for some years so help you make up your mind. I am not a real estate agency, guys, I am a simple blogger sharing the love for Morocco […]

Pleasant Way to Learn Darija When You’re Busy

Guess what is the most popular result in my Google Analytics account? Right after finding out what is the best Moroccan food recipe, learning how to open a business in Morocco, or hoping to find a “big Moroccan ass” on my blog, people want to learn Darija! What’s more interesting, most of people who intend […]

Blogs About Morocco That You Have to Read (in English)

Happiness is only real when shared, so I decided to put together a list of my favorite reads about Morocco. There are some travel bloggers that I truly love to read, I refresh their social media channels and impatiently wait for their newsletters. I promise everyone will find something interesting in this article! Explore Morocco […]

Social Entrepreneurship & Solo Female Travel – Interview With Hind Touissate

Can you imagine  a fashion designer, social entrepreneur, public speaker, blogger, polyglote, solo female traveler in one body? Well, these are just a couple of words to briefly describe this amazing person that is Hind. She’s a Moroccan woman, born in 1990. An inspiration for many, a social influencer who embraces change and makes education […]

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Driving Across Morocco: 5 Beautiful, Less-Travelled Sites (By Mel)

I met Mel and her husband, Armando, during their van trip around Morocco. They are American-Italian couple also known as Westfalia Digital Nomads. They are very inspiring people. Mel is a writer and Armando is a video master. During their 3-month trip they captured many stunning places in photos and shared interesting observations about Morocco […]

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8 Travel Bloggers Share Their Tips For Newbies In Morocco

You guys often approach me for tips about Morocco for people who come here for the first time. I believe that it’s good to hear different opinions, and even if I try to be consistent and tell you as much as I can, I may miss something. Also, getting tips from different people with different […]

18 Moroccan Travellers That Will Inspire Your Next Travel

  Morocco is a touristy country, every year millions of tourists from all over the world come here. On the other hand, there are also many Moroccans who didn’t want to stay at home and decided to explore the world. Today I would like to share with you websites and Facebook pages of Moroccan globetrotters […]

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4 Interesting Things To Do In Casablanca In One Day!

  Discover Casablanca with a local, in just one day! The longer I live in Casablanca the more I love it. My friends from other cities ask me how is it possible to like it? Well, it is! I enjoy the simple things this city offers, appreciate its hidden (not very obvious at the first […]

Is Morocco Safe For Women?

  I receive tens of questions about safety in Morocco as a solo female traveler. You ask me how to behave, how to dress when you’re on a solo trip, what to pay attention to… If you’re an experienced travelette, you know how to adjust to certain cultures not to attract too much unwanted attention […]

What Is Life In Morocco Like? – Interviews With Moroccans And Foreigners

  I love hearing other people’s opinions about Morocco and generally about their experiences in different countries. It always makes me look at things from a new perspective, see the life from a different angle. I asked some of my friends and acquintances to express their mind about living in Morocco. Some answers were surprising… […]

Inspiring Moroccan Entrepreneurs And Changemakers

If you think that Morocco is only desert and camels – you are wrong. If you think Moroccans are not creative and Moroccan women are oppressed and locked up in their houses – you are so wrong! I can say that I am lucky. Thanks to my blog I met the most creative souls in the […]

Women SenseTour In Muslim Countries – Interview With Sarah Zouak

    Photo Credit Sarah Zouak     Bewildered in Morocco: Why “Women SenseTour”? Sarah: Today, Muslim women in western countries are facing stigmas because of the stereotypes surrounding Islam and more particularly the idea that they are oppressed and submissive.People need more role models of great Muslim women and understand that the discriminations faced by some […]