Archive for March, 2011

29 Mar


One morning we stopped in the village of Tinghir. Tinghir is home to nomadic berbers, who often leave for long [&hellip

28 Mar

Dades Valley

I was absolutely amazed by the Dades. The contrast of the orange clay and the luscious green was breathtaking. Along [&hellip

25 Mar

ait ben haddou

Then we went to Ait Ben Haddou, the oldest ksar (fortified village) in the world. It was constructed in the [&hellip

24 Mar


So, the next morning, we arrived at our meeting point, handed over 700 durhams cash, got into a van on [&hellip

23 Mar

le brushing

Let’s take a break from Morocco – because I am happy to report it’s Springtime in France! Recess has been [&hellip

22 Mar

Place Jamaa el-Fna

After our amazing trip to Jardin Majorelle, we found our way out of Guéliz and into the walled Medina, stopping [&hellip

21 Mar

Marrakech – The Red City

Soon after the 1/2 marathon in Paris, we were off to Marrakech. When we flew in, all I could see [&hellip

19 Mar

Paris 1/2 Marathon

In the US, I was a gym lover. I lived for Zumba classes with my friends in college. I loved [&hellip

18 Mar


When I first got to Madrid, I was the opposite of enthusiastic. My flight came in late, I was tired [&hellip

17 Mar

Why France? Talking with Anne

Happy Saint Patty’s Day! Today we have another amazing guest post from Anne, at Pret à Voyager. In this series, [&hellip

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