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My travel bucket list for 2018

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When a year ends and when I'm going through the photos I took that year, I often realize that I traveled to places I never expected to, while I've completely forgot about the places I "picked" in January. I have no idea what 2018 will bring and if it will be the same, but I would love to go hiking in Romania, dance through the night in Georgia and find peace[...]

27 Photos Which Will Make You Visit Morocco

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I LOVE Morocco. I love the people, the colours, the cities and the fact that every place you go is so different from the last. I love eating bowls of Harira soup in the market and drinking steaming cups of mint tea with Nomad families. I recently went back to the country with Intrepid Travel, where I spent two weeks on their Best of Morocco tour. I was l[...]

Travelettes Do Yoga - 5 Unique Yoga Retreats

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Yoga is one of my favorite activities and I think an excellent way to stay fit while traveling. The world is your oyster and any beach towel, sarong or hostel floor can become your mat. Yoga can be challenging, calming and everything you need it to be in between. In this day and age studios have popped up everywhere from urban metropolises to remote little i[...]

Sun & Soul - A Yoga Holiday in Morocco

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I don’t know about you but personally, I find staying fit on the road quite difficult. I want to eat all the local food and find all the excuses not to work out. As I am at a point of my life though when travel is taking up a big part this doesn't really fly anymore. So I made a resolution to include more fun activities to stay fit whenever I travel. With[...]

6 Safety Tips for Women visiting Morocco

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Morocco - a dream for many, especially solo traveling women who are longing for the colours, tastes and sounds of Northern Africa. But is it safe to travel here as woman? As this is one of the most frequent questions we are being asked by our readers, we thought, why not ask an expert? We invited Amanda Mouttaki, an American expat based in Marrakech to share[...]

10 videos that will make you want to travel...NOW.

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Have you ever wondered what makes you choose your next destination? What inspires you to travel to one side or the other of the globe? Is it the culture of a nation, its people, its landscapes, its food? When it comes to me, it has to be a good mix of all of the above. I am always interested in visiting unexpected places and meeting people I don’t already kn[...]

Solo Female Travel in Morocco: Should I Go Alone?

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It was early evening when my EasyJet flight from London arrived in Fez airport. I remember the pink glow from the sky as I walked onto the tarmac, the smell of spices and exotic lands, and most of all, I remember the feeling of anticipation which sat in my stomach. Welcome to Morocco. It was my first time in Africa, and although I had travelled to almost 50 [...]

Talking to Strangers, or The Fortune of Morocco

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I stood in the middle of Place Moulay Hassan, Essaouira’s main square, trying to decide where to venture first. The sea crashed against the city walls to my right, and I could hear a faint rumble from the medina behind me. I decided to see the famous harbour first and let myself be guided by the smell of seafood and the squawks of hundreds of seagulls. Then [...]

How to Spend 10 Days in Morocco

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Morocco is one of the most intoxicating destinations on earth. It's bold, bright, colourful and unapologetically chaotic. It's also only a stones throw away from Europe and is easily the closest place to home with the biggest cultural difference. From London, it's only a three hour flight, making it a perfect two week getaway when you're craving a bit of exo[...]