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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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How I learned to love Fes Morocco

Fes. Morocco’s oldest city. Home of the first university, al-Qarrawiyyan. And known as the gastronomical capital of Morocco.

But a city I cannot say I love. 568 more words

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Five | Cinq | Khamsa

Dear readers, it’s been five year.

Yes five years since I arrived in Marrakech. For five months. To learn French so I could go back to Canada and get a better government job. 718 more words

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My wish for 2016

As we celebrate the beginning of another year, my wish for 2016 is simple – respect.

With all that’s happening in the world, I truly hope that we can respect other cultures, other ways of living, and situations other than our own. 141 more words

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