Category Archives: Morocco

The vegetarian (friendly) Marrakech restaurants you’ll want to visit

Being vegan (or vegetarian) in Marakech is relatively easy IF you want to eat vegetable couscous, vegetable tagine or bread all day. So if you’re a bit like us and bored of couscous after three meals, it’ll be a little uninspiring. Here are the vegetarian and vegan friendly places in Marrakech that we’ve tried and more…

Mint tea and starry skies at an ecolodge in Morocco’s desert

Sustainable and ethical practices are something we value highly and the moment I learned about ‘Green Tourism’, I became fascinated with their methods of achieving environmental wellness. After all mass tourism is incredibly damaging to our environment and I wasn’t even sure if there was an alternative way. I still wasn’t convinced that ‘green tourism’…

OOhhh Le Jardin Secret, Marrakech. Morocco

Inside the walls of Marrakech’s medina lies dirt and mud, the noise of mopeds beeping and revving their engines to get past the narrow-walled passageways and the hustle and bustle of people in the souks (markets) and the vendors shouting to get your attention. I’ll make no pretense that I have struggled with the chaotic, sensory…

What to make of Taghazout in Morocco

Taghazout is described as a small fishing village and is located approximately 19km north of Agadir. We were staying slightly further south in Tamraght so we decided to pop up for an explore and a bite to eat for lunch. Taghazout the town We arrived on a dusty road into a thriving and busy town…

The broken arch beach. Legzira, Morocco

When visiting an iconic geographical feature of a country, you don’t expect to have to have to google Is it still standing? But this is exactly what happened when we visited the natural arches of Legzira beach. it fell down? Yes, back in September 2016 the prominent, and let’s face it the more beautiful, arch…

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