Would love your input to help me choose between these two photos for the next photography exhibition…Continue reading “Photo for a Photography Exhibition”
Including another two photos for you to choose from for the next photography exhibition.Continue reading “Choose a Photo: Photography Exhibition”
Slowly getting my photography exhibition together with your help!Continue reading “Photography Exhibition: Choose a Photo”
Are you ever asked the question, why do you travel? To Travel is to Live – Hans Christian AndersenContinue reading “Why do you travel?”
Situated on the north coast of Africa, Ceuta is probably a city anonymous to many travellers and especially unknown as one’s of Africa’s Spanish enclaves. Unearth Ceuta’s secrets with me… Continue reading “Secrets of Ceuta: A Spanish enclave in Africa”
Ever wondered why the captivating city of Chefchaouen perched high in the north-western edge of Morocco’s spectacular Rif Mountains, has earned the Blue City label?
At the crossroad of the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Europe, and Africa, Tangier’s allure has captivated bohemians for decades.
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After immersing yourself in the hustle and bustle of Morocco’s medina madness, fancy mellowing in the quieter fishing village of Moulay Bousselham? Continue reading “Morocco Mellowing in Moulay Bousselham”
One of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco, Meknès is perched high on a hilltop and is often overlooked on a trip to this fascinating country.
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Lose yourself in antiquated winding alleys whilst you crisscross your way along one of Morocco’s vibrant imperial cities, fabulous Fes.
Slender-legged camels trailing slowly, with purpose, across desert-swept golden dunes, whilst moving deep into Morocco’s Sahara Desert…
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A quick stopover in Heathrow from Australia and finally landed in magical Marrakech, Morocco, to a pleasant North African gentle breeze. Continue reading “Magical Marrakech, Morocco”