Morocco

Morocco Rediscovered 1


Over the past week and a half, I spent time re-exploring the medinas, medieval buildings, bazaars and other sights of Morocco. It’s a country full of energy and vibrant with colour; yet a place I think many overlook (which is why it’s one of the destinations I’ve chosen to focus with my travel venture – Tailored Travel). It was a spectacular trip, where modernity meets tradition. It wasn’t my first visit to Morocco, but the first since I’ve started this blog. I’ll share more of my Moroccan inspiration in blog posts over the coming days. For now, here’s a photo teaser of my trip.

Zellij (mosaic) in Marrakech

Zellij (mosaic) in Marrakech

Carved wooden window panels in Marrakech

Carved wooden window panels in Marrakech

Courtyard of a mausoleum in Meknes

Courtyard of a mausoleum in Meknes

Roman ruins at Volubilis

Roman ruins at Volubilis

Mosaic

Mosaic on fountain at Hassan II mosque, Casablanca

Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen village with Rif Mountains as backdrop

Essaouira sunset

Essaouira sunset

 

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