Exploring Morocco

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I spent my last Christmas and New Year holidays in Morocco with my kids. Kids loved it and I think Morocco offers something for everyone - old medinas, history and heritage, museums, food (awesome food!), desert, ocean and oh so full of life Djamaa el Fna! We even saw the party life in Marrakech on New Year's Eve although we ourselves enjoyed a traditional welcome to New Year in a family house. I tried photography as much as a family vacation would permit (even risking kids' patience at times!!!). I share the result here.
Dar Jamai Museum, Meknes, MoroccoDar Jamai MuseumMeknes, MoroccoInterior of the bedroom and salon of this historical palace in Meknes. Such intricate work! This building served as a palace, hospital and later as...Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoThe town of Chefchaouen, Morocco, sits at the foot of the Rif Mountains and draws tourists from around the world to wander through its charming and...مدينة وليلي الاثرية, Meknès-Tafilalet, Moroccoمدينة وليلي الاثريةMeknès-Tafilalet, MoroccoTrials of Hercules. Represented on Roman tile work from 217 AD at Volubilis ruins.مدينة وليلي الاثرية, Meknès-Tafilalet, Moroccoمدينة وليلي الاثريةMeknès-Tafilalet, MoroccoThis spot is pretty incredible. Dating back to 217 AD. There are tile floors still colorfully intact and one can respectfully get very close to see...Mehdya, Ouled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdyaOuled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdyaMehdya, Ouled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdyaOuled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdia or Mehedya, is a town in Kénitra Province, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen, Morocco. Previously called al-Ma'mura, it was known as São João da...Mehdya, Ouled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdyaOuled Khellouf, MoroccoMehdia or Mehedya, is a town in Kénitra Province, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen, Morocco. Previously called al-Ma'mura, it was known as São João da...Fishing Port, Essaouira, MoroccoFishing PortEssaouira, Morocco#blueFes, MoroccoFesMoroccoThe view of Fes town from one of the surrounding hills. It is worth taking panoramic tour especially at dusk.Jaama el Fna, Marrakesh, MoroccoJaama el FnaMarrakesh, MoroccoCooking under way in Jemma el Fna. It was interesting to stand and watch the activity in the most popular square in the entire Morocco. This...Medersa Ben Youssef, Marrakesh, MoroccoMedersa Ben YoussefMarrakesh, MoroccoThe Ben Youssef Medersa, an Islamic school attached to the Ben Youssef Mosque, is home to some of the most beautiful art and architecture in...Chefchaouene, MoroccoChefchaoueneMoroccoCurious cats against the backdrop of a typical blue door in Chefchaouene.Fishing Port, Essaouira, MoroccoFishing PortEssaouira, MoroccoEssaouira is so strikingly different from rest of Morocco. It is located about three hours' drive from Marrakech. I spent about a day in Essaouira...Essaouira, MoroccoEssaouiraMoroccoA burqa-clad lone walker on the beach in Essaouira. But who needs company on a such a tranquil morning? Try having lunch at one of the restaurants...Meknes, MoroccoMeknesMoroccoHri Souani ia a great construction of Moulay Ismail in Meknes. It is a complex of three different buildings just to the south of the royal palace....Jaama el Fna, Marrakesh, MoroccoJaama el FnaMarrakesh, MoroccoI don't know what to say about this one. I am not a fan of animals being kept captive and used for commercial purposes. The snakes appeared more...Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoA shop selling masks and other handicraft items at the souk in Marrakech. It's funny how the boy is masked among the masks.Jaama el Fna, Marrakesh, MoroccoJaama el FnaMarrakesh, MoroccoTagine anyone... If you are visiting Jemma el Fna after dark, the entire place transforms into an open air restaurant with hundreds of food stalls....Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoSnake charmers at Jemma el Fna. Generally very pushy in inviting people to take pictures with their snakes, but these guys were nice. I was so...Marrakesh, MoroccoMarrakeshMoroccoWhile walking the lanes of the souk in Marrakech, you will come across these stores selling herbs and herbal products. They are indeed colourful...
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