Rabat City has been our second home for over a year now. The capital of Morocco with over half a million population, it rests on the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. Apart from being an organized and less-polluted city, residing here allows us to enjoy the daily Atlantic breeze and some of the best comforts Morocco can offer. Every...
In these difficult times, traveling back to your home country seems to be impossible and complicated. With all the travel restrictions both in your origin airport, layover, and arrival airport, you may consider not to push through with your travel plans if it is just for leisure purpose. In addition, the tripled cost of the ticket and the PCR...
I do not intend to write about this wonderful trip in Laâyoune & Khnifiss National Park but my good friend Tarek was right, just put it on standby article and publish whenever I feel like sharing. Hell yeah! I guess it's worth it sharing especially the navigation part since there's no public transportation going to the park. It was...
This is an overdue article. I wrote this to raise awareness about the current condition of Filipino workers in Morocco. Few thousand Filipinos do exist in this northern part of Africa. What are their struggles before, during, and after lockdown? I want their families way back home to realize that life here isn’t sugar sweet. Behind those smiles you...
We were sleepy after a hearty buffet breakfast, joking about going back to the apartment, and just sleep. But we have a journey to take. After a few minutes of rest, we hit the Autoroutes du Maroc and made a right-turn to Fes. My two friends were sleeping at the backseat when we stopped by the police in Ouezzane...
Shopping in Morocco, like in any other country, needs careful and timely planning. It is always loud, fast, and sometimes confusing when you are out there to pick your last-minute purchase. For almost 2 years here in Morocco, I love to accompany my friends and help them with their shopping. We love to bring gifts home whenever we travel...
Day 1 Had a spontaneous trip with my friend Laurent in Imouzzer Kandar. This town located in Sefrou Province is blessed with stunning landscapes, rich agricultural industry, and hospitable people. After a less than an hour grand taxi ride from Fes, we were greeted by thick fog at the taxi station. Laurent and I immediately searched for a place where...
El Jadida is a port city on the Atlantic coast in the region of Doukkala-Abda, Province of El Jadida. Located 106 kilometer south of Casablanca. Previously known by the Berbers as Mazighen, it was seized by the Portuguese in 1502. A UNESCO World Heritage site registered in 2004, this fortified city is a classic example of the powerful presence of...
Morocco is such a vast country with diverse culture and was divided into 7 regions before 1997 namely  Central, Eastern, North-Central, Northwestern, South-Central, Southern, Tansift. Between 1997 to 2010, the country was subdivided into 16 regions under the Full Unitary System until it was restructured to 12 regions on March 5, 2015. Meknѐs and Fѐs were merged from its previous...
Formerly known as “Mogador” which means a small fortress, it is protected by ramparts (Skala de la Kasbah) like other cities of Asilah and El Jadida. First established in the mid-18th century by the Alaouite Sultan Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah (1757-1790). Its vital role in maritime navigation makes it known as “Port of Timbuktu” linking Africa, Europe, and the...

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