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  • Spring Break Getaways: Exploring Central Morocco

    Spring Break Getaways: Exploring Central Morocco
    Spring break is the perfect time to get away from it all for a while. Away from your daily routine, away from your office, away from the colleagues you see every single day… Or maybe not the latter! Years ago, when I was still working on my PhD, we decided to take a spring break together. And when one of my colleagues suggested we could go explore his home country, we all ran home to pack our bags and headed of to Morocco!
  • Lomography Day Trips: Marrakesh, Morocco

    Lomography Day Trips: Marrakesh, Morocco
    Considering a more heady and exotic change of scenery? Then imagine yourself surrounded by solid ochre-hued buildings and wares and spices in souks. All of these and more in the city of Marrakesh, Morocco!
  • Morocco from My Fisheye's Point of View

    Morocco from My Fisheye's Point of View
    Two South African girls fed up with city life, packed up and decided to backpack through Morocco and travel the Sahara desert in June 2012. We did this with no preceded planning except for buying the airline tickets. This turned out to be the most magical and enlightening trip we've had, and not in the least bit as scary as everyone warned us it would be. I documented everything I laid my eyes on with an 100 ISO color negative film and my Fisheye 2 and experimented with a 50 ISO expired film that also went through the airport scanner. This trip made for some interesting pics. Enjoy!
  • Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech

    Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech
    Souq means "market". They occupy quite a big part of the Medina (old town) and may be a bit problematic to navigate, even if you posses a good map. Street names are a rare thing to see in Marrakech in general, and here just forget it, you just go with the flow.
  • Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales

    Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales
    Marrakech is a beautiful Moroccan city so filled with old Arabic world charm - like what one would imagine when reading an Arabic tale as a child. The Medina, architecture, dusty pink colored walls, winding alleys, friendly locals, traditional medicine stores, souks, amazing chaos in the main square..... all make Marrakech a truly memorable and unique destination like nowhere else in the world.
  • Marrakech

    Marrakech
    Marrakech is a city unlike any other: nowhere exoticism is better showcased than in this ochre-and-rose-hueed city. Browsing through the streets will showcase different interesting stuff. You will see acrobats, children boxing and of course, street market.
  • Mazagão, Morocco

    Mazagão, Morocco
    Mazagan was one of the most significant places in Morocco; what was once a bustling port area is now part of El Jadida city. It was proclaimed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in 2004. This amazing place is an ideal location if you're in the mood to take lots of pictures - just take a look at all the photos I ended up taking during my trip!
  • Riad Dar One - Marrakech

    Riad Dar One - Marrakech
    Riad Dar One in Marrakech, Morocco. A magical place for an unforgettable stay in a city full of wonders.
  • Kasbah

    Kasbah
    Kasbah district in Marrakech, a place which seemed to have resisted change that comes with time. However, the main reason why we went to this area was the Hammam. It was my birthday so I decided a visit to a spa would be nice.
  • Casablanca

    Casablanca
    Do you remember? Bogart is wonderful as the mysterious café owner with a past, set up in the nightclub business with his longtime friend and piano player, Sam. His haven is disrupted when his one-time love Ilsa arrives in the company of a world-renowned resistance leader Victor Laszlo, whom the Nazis would very much like to get their hands on. Bogart and Bergman shine in this movie. The gorgeous black and white deep focus photography adds a nostalgic air of beauty and elegance to the movie.
  • Jardine Majorelle

    Jardine Majorelle
    Jardine Majorelle - high-fashion cacti in Yves Saint Laurent's private paradise. What a way to start your encounter with Marrakech! Jardin Majorelle was in my top 5 things to do anyway, so it was even better when our hotel's porter gave us complimentary admission tickets to this garden. Anywhere you go in Marrakech, it's worth taking a taxi.
  • Djemaa el Fna, Marrakech

    Djemaa el Fna, Marrakech
    Djema el Fna is an amazing square located in Marrakech, Morocco. It’s a space where everything is always changing. Djema el Fna is probably the most well known square in all Morocco. It is located in Marrakech, just beside one of the sides of the traditional souk. It can be considered as a mutant space because it is always changing, not only the people there but also the activities.
  • Jema-el-Fna

    Jema-el-Fna
    The Jema-el-Fna place in the heart of Marrakech is certainly one of the most exotic change of scene I've never felt. It's a chock. You can't be indifferent to this spectacle. It's a symphony of sounds: the local musicians, the snake chambers, the orange juice sellers, the huge crowd moving constantly... The smells of the grilled meat, the constant smoke, the entrance of the medina and the souk behind, all these elements constitute the strongest atmosphere ever. Sit on one of these panoramic touristic terraces and let you invade by this extraordinary mood, let your senses absorb the local air and enjoy.
  • Casablanca - A Love Affair Like That of 1940's

    Casablanca - A Love Affair Like That of 1940's
    There is no greater thrill than a spontaneous adventure to somewhere, unique, vibrant, unexpected, exciting and somewhat overwhelming. Morocco, offering all of this has unquestionably seduced me into a new love affair. Join me in my new romance!
  • Cistern of Mazagan, Morocco

    Cistern of Mazagan, Morocco
    Cistern of Mazagan, located in El Jadida is one of the interesting places to visit inside the fortification built in the 16th century.
  • La Mamounia - Oasis of Beauty

    La Mamounia - Oasis of Beauty
    La Mamounia - the eye candy of Marrakech. After a day spent wandering around dusty Medina and souqs, it was still too early to return to our hotel so I suggested we check out the only Art Deco building in town - Hotel La Mamounia. I am a big fan of Art Deco style in architecture, so for me it was a must.
  • Mellah - Jewish Marrakech

    Mellah - Jewish Marrakech
    Catch the ghosts of the past on the streets of this former Jewish district of Marrakech. Mellah used to be Jewish, but not anymore. A lot has changed since the 16th century, the area is Muslim now, and all the Jewish people have moved to Casablanca, Israel or somewhere else. According to the reports, only 250 of them are left.
  • The Kasbah on the Other Side of the Oasis

    The Kasbah on the Other Side of the Oasis
    Tiny Meski Oasis in Morocco isn't well known. In fact, it isn't even mentioned in any travel guide or has many hits on Google. However if you happen to be passing by, be sure to allow yourself a few hours to enjoy the views over the oasis from a royal height.
  • Morocco

    Morocco
    Not very far from my country (Portugal) I found another world, another culture, another way of living. Morocco, land of contrasts, different cultures and religions, where you can see the inheritance of the Arab world, its architecture and traditions.
  • Casablanca

    Casablanca
    A friend of mine was living in Casablanca for his work last year. I went to visit him last summer for a week and a half at the beginning of June (less heat, less tourists).

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