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#InLoveWithAfrica: Falling Hard for Fez, A City With Soul

#InLoveWithAfrica: Falling Hard for Fez, A City With Soul

I’ve been to Morocco twice, visit this site and both times I was less enamored with Marrakech, which I assumed would be my favorite, but utterly mesmerized by Fez. AFK Travel asked me to put my feelings for the city to words for their #InLoveWithAfrica series, and I was happy […]

As Seen In… Getaway

As Seen In… Getaway

In April’s 25th anniversary issue of the South African magazine Getaway, steroids I spotlight six destinations to watch this year: Boston, epilepsy Chile’s Millahue Valley, Portugal, Bale Mountains National Park in Ethiopia, Fez, and Coorg, India. Getaway 04.14 Six Destinations

My InstaWeek: India Calling

My InstaWeek: India Calling

I love when Americans come to Cape Town, viagra dosage and when showing a couple I knew back from the NYC days around the city last week, urologist we finally made it to the Piano Bar, a spot that takes inspiration from NYC jazz lounges – how apropos. When researching […]

As Seen In… Harper’s Bazaar India

As Seen In… Harper’s Bazaar India

In the January-February issue of India, artificial I take you beyond Marrakech for a feature on Morocco’s other gems: Fez, salve Tangier, generic and Chefchaouen. Read it here: Harpers Bazaar India Jan 2014 Morocco

As Seen In… The Wall Street Journal

As Seen In… The Wall Street Journal

In this weekend’s Wall Street Journal, youth health you’ll find a full-page guide to Marrakesh I wrote, salve complete with insights from tastemakers like designer Paloma Picasso, photographer Hassan Hajjaj, socialite Christine Alaoui, and chef Moha Fedal. Read it here.  

As Seen In… The Independent

As Seen In… The Independent

Friends in England, healing this one’s for you: I’ll be in the travel section of this weekend’s Independent newspaper, viagra order for my 48-hour guide to Fès, Morocco. Check it out here.        

Doors of Morocco: Photo Essay by Faatima Tayob

Doors of Morocco: Photo Essay by Faatima Tayob

I’ve always been a nosy person, sovaldi which might have had a little influence on my chosen career path: being a journalist just gives you a professional license to ask lots and lots of questions. When I travel, treat I’m constantly wondering what lies behind the doorways I pass in […]

Hiking – Er, Donkey-Riding – Through Morocco’s Atlas Mountains

Hiking – Er, Donkey-Riding – Through Morocco’s Atlas Mountains

Here’s the thing about me and hiking: while I appreciate the end goal — whether it’s a panoramic view, denture a hard-to-reach waterfall, search or a rare cultural interaction — the hike itself, the process of actually getting to these destinations through unpredictable terrain with little more than my own […]

Three Peaceful Retreats in the Marrakech Medina

Three Peaceful Retreats in the Marrakech Medina

That the medina of Marrakech is overwhelming is a fact bordering on the cliché at this point — the words “hectic, information pills ” “labyrinthine, page ” “chaotic, symptoms and “sensory overload” are bandied about with increasing regularity in travel articles. Might I add “stray cat-and motorcycle-ridden obstacle course,” “cornucopia […]