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Tea time at Dar L'Fchouch

“I feel like we’re hanging out in a cool friend’s apartment,” said this cool fabric designer in town for a weekend of Marrakech Biennale fun!  But one that is tucked up on the first floor of an art-deco apartment building down a little street in trendy Gueliz. 153 more words

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Stepping Back in Time at the Tin Mal Mosque

My grandmother once told me it’s not just about the destination, but also about the journey. And that rang so true as I headed off with a driver  to travel through the beautiful N’Fis Valley in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains en route to the Tin Mal Mosque. 253 more words

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Five things to look forward to in May in Marrakech

With Ramadan just a month away, it seems all the festivals and events are happening NOW. And I can’t say I’m complaining. With something to do basically every night whether a dance performance, a concert or a new gallery opening, we are filled with culture here in Marrakech. 398 more words

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Just back from: Ouirgane Valley

It’s been a bit quiet on here lately.

That’s because it’s been a bit bonkers in my office. But in a good way. I had the absolute pleasure of handling the international press and professional relations during the sixth edition of the Marrakech Biennale, meeting journalists from leading international publications. 198 more words

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Must-see Marrakech Biennale 6 NOT NEW NOW

Arts + festival may just be my two favourite words. So when the Marrakech Biennale comes around every two years, I get ridiculously excited!

But this year I had another reason to be excited – I was the international press officer. 461 more words

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Top sites in Marrakech #3 - Jemaa el Fna

It was one of my favourite sites upon arrival in Marrakech. One that buzzes day and night. But mostly at night. And five years on, it’s still a place I love to visit. 253 more words

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Azemmour, Morocco's off-the-beaten path small town

“Have I just been dumped in a field?” asked this gal upon disembarking the train in Azemmour. “Yes,” I responded, “but just walk to the top of the road and you’ll find a taxi.” 403 more words

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