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Give your house Moroccan touch – bunch of inspirations

So you wish to give your interior a Moroccan touch? I know some ways to do so! Anette, a Swedish friend of mine who lives in Morocco is an amazing interior designer. Together with her husband, Peter, they created and decorated many old houses in Morocco. Anette also helps people who don’t live in Morocco […]

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North Africa and Middle East holidays

Morocco is such a diversified country! You can enjoy the sandy beaches, high mountains, desert and forests at the same time. I have always encouraged my friends, readers and Sahara clients to visit as many places as they can. People usually travel to Morocco for a week, but let me assure you: one week is […]

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High Atlas hiking, trekking & climbing guide

Every week I get tens of questions about hiking possibilities in Morocco. You ask me how to prepare, what the weather is like, to go with a guide or alone and lots of other questions. I am not a pro, but I have been to the High Atlas at least 10 times and I love […]

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El Jadida – should I visit at all?

Once upon a time the city used to be called Mazagan – it was due to the Portugese invasion in the region. Nowdays El Jadida is a Moroccan city but the locals call it “The Portugese city” sometimes. El Jadida has very good connection with Casablanca – you can reach it within an hour from […]

My favourite hotels & riads in Marrakesh

Lots of my readers ask me about riads in The Red City that I could recommend. There are thousands of riads in the medina and I visited only maybe something above 50. I Have a couple of places I loved and I like to book again. Here is the list from very cheap ones to […]

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Top places to visit in Morocco in 2019

Rooftop of Sacre Coeur cathedral in Casablanca Casablanca can be loved only when known inside out. Let me help you! I lived in Casablanca for 3 years and discovered the hidden gems of this crowded city. Read more: What to do in Casablanca in one day Hidden gems of Casablanca Habous, open air market Where […]

How To Obtain Residency Permit In Casablanca?

  The first and the most essential piece of information that I have to give you is that the procedure of obtaining residency permit (carte du sejour) is not the same for the whole Morocco. I’ve heard from my friends that they were asked to bring 10 photos is Agadir; 6 in Marrakesh; and I […]

How To Start Business In Morocco? – Guide To Opening A Company + PDF!

They say “what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger” this rule is 100% applicable in the topic of company creation and administration work! I’ve been meaning to open a company for quite a while. I was somehow scared and my common sense kept on telling me to postpone the process. Finally, an opportunity popped up […]

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What to buy in Morocco for souvenirs

Argan Oil Argan is called the gold of Morocco. No doubts why, it is loaded with vitamin E and helps to keep the skin firm and healthy. Unfortunately, due to an overwhelming interest of tourists, many producers go cheap and to different ways to trick people. Beware of “pure” oils sold in touristy spots. I […]

Hiking in Morocco – the gear and resources

Every year the Kingdom of Morocco attracts millions of tourists, surfers, photographers, hikers, climbers and adventure seekers. No wonder why! The country is full of stunning places to experience and explore. Morocco is also a paradise for active tourists: you can climb, go trekking or hiking in the Atlas, kite surf in one of the […]

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. […]

Day trips from Marrakech

The Red city of Marrakech is the perfect place to start most of your smaller trips around Morocco. You have to know one thing though, as it is the most touristy city in the entire Kingdom, the prices of some things (souvenirs, clothes) can be a lot more expensive. I always do the shopping in […]

The life changing day in Taroudant

If you are a loyal Reader of Bewildered in Morocco or Bewildered Slavica, I am sure you noticed that I love sharing the stories of the most inspiring people I meet in my life. Thanks to my blogs I am lucky enough to have the chance to visit amazing places and get to know wonderful […]

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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 […]

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1 Week itinerary – the south of Morocco

Salam everybody! I receive a huge number of emails from my Readers, regarding itineraries for Morocco. To make our lives easier, I decided to start the series in which I will present you my subjectively perfect itineraries for Morocco! In this post I will present you my itinerary for the south of Morocco, including the […]

He Gave Up The Business Idea And Created A Cultural Place | Le Jardin Secret

Today I’d like to tell you about a place that has been turned from literally RUINS of an ancient riad to this stunning garden showcasing various plants from all over the globe and the splendid architecture. When Lauro, the pioneer and creator of this wonderful spot, showed me the photos of Le Jardin Secret before […]

Moroccan food with a vege twist & more | Ayaso Concept Store, Marrakech

Monika has lived in Marrakech for more than a decade now. Her passion for healthy lifestyle, helping people, and organic food has inspired her to create a wonderful place in the heart of Gueliz, the French district of the noisy city of Marrakech. Monika, just like me, is a Polish blogger based in Morocco. We […]

Enticing Novel “The Assembly of the Dead” by Saeida Rouass

The problem I have with books is that when the author doesn’t manage to grasp my attention during the first 5 pages – I am done. I resell or give away the book and spread the word among my friends so they don’t bother reading it. The exactly opposite thing happened to me when I […]

Discover The South Of Morocco With Al Jazeera | The Traveller #4

Do you guys remember the videos about Morocco I shared with you in the past weeks? Unfortunately today it is the last time I will share the Al Mosafer episode with you. It is the last video about Morocco, and probably my favorite one. If you follow me on Facebook, Instagram and the blog, you […]