Ait Benhaddou, Morocco

Ait Benhaddou, is a world heritage site, a great example of Moroccan architecture, many buildings in the country take after this fortified city. The city is on the former caravan route from the Sahara desert to Marrakech. It is in a great location, right near its own Oasis, and of course water. Like many other places […]

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Les Palais du Marrakech

Le Maroc est un pays arabe grandement influencé par l’Europe, notamment la France, l’Espagne et le Portugal. Peuplé premièrement par des commerçants libanais environ 1000 ans av. J-C. Mille ans plus tard, les parties nordiques du Maroc sont réglées par les Romains, les autres étant en mains de tribus indépendants. Tout dit, le Maroc reste […]

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Marrakech, Morrocco

“Marrakesh is simply the nicest place on Earth to spend an afternoon” -Winston Churchill The way to Marrakech! The “Paris of the Sahara”  foreshadowing the delicious food to come, this mountain of tagine dishes was just the start of our journey in Morocco. Marrakech is famous for its souks! Normally souks are saved for Sundays, they are the […]

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Museum of London

On our way to the Museum of London, we stopped by The Wall. There are always things being dug up from under London’s Streets. After the Fire of London, these walls were uncovered, revealing the fortifications of an ancient city. The Romans, around 200 A.D. were settling in London and had built these fortifications. The […]

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