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Lesotho, The Kingdom in the Sky

Lesotho, The Kingdom in the Sky

Lesotho /

A country inside a country. No oceans. No seas. No coast line. The only country in the world that lies at an altitude of 1000m. Can you guess which country I am talking about? If you’re thinking Lesotho then you’re correct!   I’m going to be honest, I didn’t know about this country until recently when searching […]

Hidden Gem: Mly Bousselham, Morocco

Hidden Gem: Mly Bousselham, Morocco

Morocco / The editorial choices /

It takes the right people to show you the beauty of a city. I never took this to heart until I experienced it a couple of months ago. I visited this city once with my family during the summer. Summer time here means beach and sun, fresh fish, crowds and chaos. I hate sitting on […]

Daydreaming About Tanzania

Daydreaming About Tanzania

Tanzania / Zoom on… /

If you could travel to anywhere in the world, right away, right now, where would you go? As far as I am concerned, I would definitely be wearing my favorite swimming suit, rocking my natural hair and taking a walk in a wild beach in Tanzania. Here’s why!     The weather   December is the last […]

Give Rabat A Chance

Give Rabat A Chance

Morocco /

It is often said that outsiders know your hometown better than you. I’m pretty sure I know my hometown pretty well-ish though. Rabat is the administrative capital of Morocco, and tends to get empty around 10 in the evening. Many think it’s boring city but don’t judge a book by its cover.   What to See […]

Brush up on your Arabic and follow us to Sudan!

Brush up on your Arabic and follow us to Sudan!

Sudan /

Have you ever read a story and wondered what it would be like visiting all the places it mentioned? I surely did. I fantasized about Sudan  thanks to “Season of Migration to the North” by Tayeb Salih.   English is spoken in most regions, but learning some Arabic would surely come handy. Despite its politically charged atmosphere, Sudan […]

Essaouira, My One and Only

Essaouira, My One and Only

Morocco /

This is my hiding spot, and please don’t tell anyone.   Since the day I first stepped in Essaouira, I knew it was one of a kind.  Essaouira or Mogador as the Portuguese used to call it, is a small maritime city located in the South of Morocco, 2 hours from Marrakesh.   Historically, Essaouira, once known […]

Egypt, Mother of the World – Pt 2

Egypt, Mother of the World – Pt 2

Egypt /

Who hasn’t wished to be the Queen from the Egyptian inspired Michael Jackson’s music video “Remember the time”? I sure did.   Still under the grasp and the charm of Egypt, “Mother of the World”. Here are other landmarks and other many ancient and cultural cities that I would love to visit and discover during my […]

Egypt, Mother of the World – Pt 1

Egypt, Mother of the World – Pt 1

Egypt /

Who hasn’t wished to be the Queen from the Egyptian inspired Michael Jackson’s music video “Remember the time”? I sure did.   Egypt had been present during my early age. I remember that Tv channels used to broadcast lot of Egyptian drama and plays. I grew up watching Adil Imam, Fatin Hammama, Yahya El Fakharani […]

Crossing Mount Toubkal off my bucket-list!

Crossing Mount Toubkal off my bucket-list!

Morocco /

I have been procrastinating this must-do since 2016, for the lack of time and travel companions. I couldn’t do it during winter because let’s face it, I can’t stand the cold. Well a couple of months ago a friend of mine told me that he was planning a trek with some other friends and invited me to […]

Cabo Verde under my skin

Cabo Verde under my skin

Cape Verde / Zoom on… /

It has been six months now that I returned to my home country and to my usual life, and yet, I haven’t recovered from my post-travel trauma. My phone, desktop and laptop home screens show  beautiful views from Cidade Velha. My ringtone is “Nha Manera” by Boy Ge Mendes, recommended by the talented Hilario Silva. I […]