Our Fav Moroccan Street Food

20.06.18 08:50 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Whenever we get back from a trip, friends and family tend to ask a lot of questions about the trip, and some questions are repetitive from trip to trip. I feel almost like being half-heartedly interviewed by bots whenever this happens. However, I love to answer any questions about our trips (any tri...

Essaouira, the City of Seagulls

13.06.18 07:18 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

If I were the only one who set up our travel itinerary, it would definitely include nothing but spending forever and a day next to a pristine water body in a tropical island, napping, plus an endless supply of mojitos and churros for the entire holiday. And that is exactly why Nico does not trust me...

Berber Whiskey a.k.a Moroccan Tea

24.05.18 07:04 AM By Putri - Comment(s)

Apart from addicted to good coffee, I also can’t skip a day without tea. I grew up drinking jasmine black tea, at least two times a day; at breakfast and in the afternoon. Like the British really, only without extending our pinky fingers while drinking tea.

Marrakech is Overrated!

17.05.18 08:34 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

I wasn’t prepared for Marrakech. Well, I thought I was, but Marrakech was intense. Way more intense that I could’ve imagined and it freaked me out a wee bit. I fell in and out of love with the city constantly during our 5 days stay, although Nico somehow didn’t share the same impression. Marrakech i...

Fes to Marrakech via Erg Chebbi Dunes - Part 3

27.03.18 08:31 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Day 5. Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou - Kasbah Telouet - Tizzi N'Tichka Pass - Marrakech

We got back on the road for the last time in this Sahara trip, heading to Marrakech.

 “Country road, take me home, to the place where I belong....”. -John Denver-

Fes to Marrakech via Erg Chebbi Dunes - Part 2

07.03.18 09:00 AM By Putri - Comment(s)

And the trip continues

Day 3. Erg Chebbi Dune - Todra Gorge - Boulmane Dades

We woke up early that morning at the camp to enjoy the sunrise. Everyone at the camp tried to get up on the highest dune to get a better look of the sunrise. The thing is, do you know how hard it is to climb up a dune of sand...

Discover Rabat

12.12.17 08:08 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Whenever we travel, Nico take a lot of pics. Like a bucket load of it (which I am honestly grateful for). He is into taking pics and he is pretty good at it, so I let the boy have fun with his new-found hobby. He also encourages me to take pics too while we travel, he even bought me two new cameras ...

The Monkeys of Morocco

05.12.17 07:34 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Morocco is literally a melting pot of Arabic, Jewish, Berber, and European cultures, located at the horn of the African continent, a straight away from Europe, and just right next door to the Middle East. The country is rich in culture and history, with a land that seems to have been tailor-made for...

Hassan II Mosque

27.11.17 07:18 PM By Putri - Comment(s)

Casablanca was our gate for setting our feet on African soil for the first time ever, and we couldn’t be more excited. I have been told by many that although Morocco is geographically located in the African continent, it does not have much resemblance with the rest of Africa. Either in terms of race...