A roadtrip to Morocco,
Always have been fond of roadtrips, in a way you're covering a lot by land, you're able to see the in betweens of the highlights. Morocco, was an intriguing country, in North Africa bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. A country with the richest culture I have experienced, so far.
The hustle in Fes
After 4 almost hours from Chefchaouen to Fes, we arrived before dawn. Right after checking in at our Riad, we decided to wander the streets of the Medina. Being in the medina for the first time, felt like a maze, with such a lively energy, it was raw and gritty. A young boy approached us, he said his brother was going to school in the states and he said he'd help us find our way out to the square, we followed him and he showed us the way. We gave him 50 dirhams and we parted ways.
Chouara Tannery, 2019
Meknes at noon
I left my heart in Merzouga
Merzouga is a small village in the southeastern part of Morocco, it was an entire's-day-drive for us coming from Fes. It's known quite well for Erg Chebbi-a dune formed by wind blown sand. We had a guide when we arrived at Erg Chebbi, he had two camels for me and my friend, he also had his brother with him. It was an overnight trip, going into the sunset and leaving behind the sunrise. We arrived at camp just right before the sun came down. Later that night after dinner, we gathered around the fire. There was singing, dancing, and an overwhelming sense of gratefulness.
Jardin Majorelle, Marrakesh