Tuesday, 3 April 2018


Fez is often what you think about when you try to picture Morocco. The Medina is a busy maze filled with artisans that make bread, copper pots, and the most delicate filigree lamps. Viewing the tanneries from above, it is an iconic sight that comes with a rather particular scent to it...


Thursday, 8 June 2017

volubilis & meknes

While still in Chefchaouen, we took the morning to adventure outside while the streets were quiet. After a traditional Moroccan breakfast at the Ryad and a drive through the mountains, we found Volubilis - an ancient Roman town. After lunch in Meknes, a quick walk around town and then a tour of the granaries and Bab Mansour, we headed onwards to Fez.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017


Morocco is one of the dreamiest and most photogenic countries. Our first stop was Chefchaouen - a city painted in blue. Chef meaning "look at", chaouen meaning "mountains"; Chefchaouen: look at the mountains! The small streets are so picturesque and perfectly blue: instagram heaven. We nibbled on Moroccan pastries and got our first tagine at a rooftop restaurant with some of the most amazing views of the city. Perfect way to start our Moroccan journey.


Saturday, 28 January 2017

24 hours in rome

January was a month filled with travels and Rome was the first short stop. 24 hours of perfect weather filled with delicious food - roasted chestnuts, fettucine alfredo, gelato. Short but sweet.




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