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Category Archives: Travel
Christiane Delongueville, Belgian nature photographer and mollusc expert, turns her lens on the fantastic collection of birds gathered at Morocco’s Merja Zerga lagoon at Moulay Bousselham.
Why just talk about Morocco’s Street Food, Abdelkrim Raddadi’s new book, when you can eat some caliente too, strait off the burner?
Our 200th blog post and a chance to see the Legation on BBC TV.
The village of Gaucín Ronda A week spent on the Andalusian coast, looking south, meant that Morocco was never out of sight. So too it seemed further inland, where the whitewashed hilltop villages look much like they must … Continue reading
Don't worry: Teddy Roosevelt and his gunboat diplomacy have not made a reappearance on the Strait of Gibraltar. Whatever happens down the coast in Libya, the USS Olympia of the Great White Fleet (image: ModelShipMaster.com) is safely moored in its … Continue reading
Back in Tangier after a week in sunny Marrakesh. Thankfully the sun is shining in Tangier too. Marrakesh and its sights – sprawling medina around its famous Jemaa el Fna, suburban reservoirs nestled in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains … Continue reading
The festive music wafting up the hill to the medina was a giveaway: it was either a wedding (unlikely in that it was midday) or His Majesty was in town. Yesterday, Morocco's King Mohammed VI was in Tangier to be … Continue reading