Tag: Morocco

A Berber-inspired Hat…

If you’ve been following me here, you will know that every country I visit, inspires a hat. This one is inspired by a door in a kasbah in Morocco.

A Citadel and a Berber Carpet Shop…

We depart the Todra Gorge and head toward a magnificent citadel, and yet another carpet loom…

Of Tents and Turbans…

I would have happily stayed in the Red Dunes for a few more days, but we have more camels and kasbahs to see… and Doug’s friend Said!

Macaques in the Forest of Cedars…

Where I feed rare monkeys in the wild, and thwart a kidnapping by a white horse, on the way to a kasbah on the edge of the Sahara.

A Loom and a Tannery in Fez…

Fez is the second oldest city in the world after Jerusalem, filled with endless fascinations…

Glass and Textiles from Rabat…

We arrive in Rabat, founded in the 10th century, now the second largest metropolis in Morocco. I spy textiles on the third floor of our riad.