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A weekend in Spain

I didn’t want to go. With deadlines, a busy work schedule and an inbox that seemed to produce 2 + for each email I sent, I really just wanted to keep on working.   203 more words

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A rainy day in Marrakech

It rarely happens, but on occasion it rains in Marrakech. And with centuries-old infrastructure and open-air houses in the medina, it’s not always pleasant.

So if by chance you are in Marrakech on a rainy day, let me suggest the following: 337 more words

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Market Day

When I was younger my parents used to pile us in to the car and take us off to the local farmers’ market. It was a family event that we all looked forward to. 161 more words

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A cross-cultural cafe in Kech

There’s a new kid in town. And by kid I mean cafe. But not just any old cafe.  Or a repeat of what already exists. It doubles as a cross-cultural cafe, sister to the Fes location. 527 more words

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Marrakech Biennale 5 - Opening Week

The Marrakech Biennale’s fifth edition is officially underway. And what a weekend it was.

It seemed everyone was there. Alia Radman, director of operations for the Marrakech Biennale, told Made in Marrakech that attendance was up significantly over previous years as was participation from the local community. 587 more words

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Marrakech Biennale 5: Day One

It was the perfect art gallery.  One where we could roam freely, admiring the ruins and interacting with the installations.

The venue? An open-air ruined palace in the old Marrakech medina where the installations blended in to the surrounding, known as Badii Palace. 92 more words

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Marrakech Biennale 5: My top picks

With the Marrakech Biennale just hours away from opening, I can’t help but review the schedule while looking forward to all of the vernissages and exhibits I want to be sure to fit in to my diary. 1,226 more words

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