Getting Lost in Morocco was fun. Me and My Husband went to visit this beautiful country last March 2014 ( yes, I know! This blog should be publish Years Back,Without further ado, Now I have more time to make videos and bring my focus and some energy on my Writing Craft. So Here I am writing. So Today, I decided to publish few Captured Moments of our travel in Morocco. Maybe I might get you inspired to visit this Awesome Country!
Visiting Morocco has been a dream of mine . I’ve always wanted to ride a camel, see the desert, explore maze-like medinas, and drink tea with Berbers. And Next thing I know It Manifest! Yes! Infinite Possibilities does exist! Just Believe in it. As I stood overlooking the Sahara , marveling at the rhythmic, undulating dunes of the desert, I realized that my dream had come true. For 1 month, Me and My Husband visited 10 cities and towns - combined , Around Morocco. Morocco, a North African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences. Marrakesh’s walled medina, a maze like medieval quarter, offers entertainment in its Djemaa el-Fna square and souks (marketplaces) selling traditional ceramics, jewelry and metal lanterns. The capital Rabat’s Kasbah of the Udayas is a 12th-century royal fort overlooking the water.
Morocco – “the Magreb” or “the West” – is an ancient kingdom that lies at a Magical crossroads of culture, language and history, from the azure waters of the Mediterranean coast, to the stunning peaks of the high Atlas Mountains, on to the breathtaking trackless ocean of ruby sand called the Sahara, Morocco boasts a majestic, and amazingly varied, geography.
This physical richness is perfectly complimented by a melding of culture and language : Spanish, French, Moorish and Portuguese influences mingle with the indigenous Berber , Bedouin and Toureg nomads as well as peoples from deeper into equatorial Africa. The Music, Dance, Spirituality, Art, Architecture, Cuisine and Language that makes you feel like you travelled back in time. Caravans carrying precious spices and jewels. Proud nomadic Berber tribes, fierce Toureg natives – the fabled “Blue Men” of the desert. Unrivaled hospitality. Staggering power and natural beauty of Morocco. Check My Video Below. Blissful Moments of getting lost in the right direction.