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.

Morocco 2017 – Epilogue…

“I did not see the things I expected to… and I saw what I never expected to see…”

Morocco 2017 – Atlas Mountains…

In Oukaimden, this Berber Girl finds her flock …

Morocco 2017 – Marrakech…

We are on the road to Marrakech. You can almost hear everyone humming the famous Crosby, Still & Nash song to themselves …

Morocco 2017 – Taroudant and a GPS fail…

Another wonderful riad, a grainery, and a souk where I watch but cannot photograph metalsmiths at work.

Morocco 2017 – A race, a fortress, and a film studio…

More kasbahs and ksars. One so close and yet so far away in Ouarzazate, where shenanigans play out on a stage set or two…

Morocco 2017 – A citadel and a Berber carpet shop…

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

Morocco 2017 – Todra Gorge and Berber pizza…

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!

Morocco 2017 – The Red Dunes…

Moha, dressed in a blue caftan and white turban, will take us into the Erg Chebbi dunes, the tallest in Morocco.

Morocco 2017 – Monkeys, a white horse, and a kasbah…

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.