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Valleys, Gorges and The Route of 1000 Kasbahs

My but the pace of this tour is relentless… definitely covering a lot of ground!

From the desert we drove to Todra Gorge, where our hotel perched up in the gorge overlooking a river. 1,111 more words


Southampton's Hughes sends Boufal to U-23s after reported bust-up

One of Morocco’s best young players isn’t going to get ideal World Cup preparation, and could even lose his place in the team if things don’t turn around at Southampton. 249 more words

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HK plays key Belt-Road role

The Belt & Road Initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping offers what the global economy needs in the 21st century – a way forward that we can all embrace and a future built on co-operation, mutual benefits and friendship. 666 more words

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The Roman Ruins at Volubilis, Morocco

The ancient ruins of Volubilis near Meknes, Morocco, are one of the best preserved of the ancient Roman Empire. Only partially excavated and surrounded by wheat fields, the Romans established a colony on this southeastern edge of the empire before finally being abandoned in the third century.


Cooking in Darija

Over the past 8 months, I’ve been taking Darija (Moroccan Arabic) lessons with a tutor at the organization where I volunteer. My tutor, Fatiha, is amazing, and pretty much the nicest person you could ever meet. 587 more words


World Cup 2018 Group B: Spanish Creatives, Cristiano Ronaldo and Moroccan Memories

On the 15th of June Group B of the 2018 World Cup begins with Morocco v Iran and Portugal v Spain. As with Group A… 2,252 more words

Ooooh Morocco

March 24, 2018 – April 2, 2018

In the Netherlands, not only do you get off work for Good Friday, but you also get a holiday for Easter Monday, resulting in a 4 day weekend. 2,326 more words