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Image taken at the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Hoedspruit, South Africa

Market Day….

Alozaina is a small village situated on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, about 45 minutes inland of Marbella, Spain. It’s not a well known tourist town at all, with a population of about 2,300 people, but the village is charming with an interesting history and the surrounding area has some […]

Dusting off the cobwebs….

Haul out the feather duster, dust off the cobwebs……how can it have been 2 months since I last did a blog post???? Thank you to everyone who popped in during my long absence! Well I can tell you that other than rushing around after children for the last term, I have been using these last […]

Wordless Wednesdays……

Meknes and Meat Free Mondays…..

There is no Moroccan city, town or village which does not have a souk or at least in the smaller villages a weekly market where people can do their shopping for food supplies. On our recent trip to Meknes we visited the covered food hall which is by far one of the nicest I have […]

Wordless Wednesdays….

Spring….

“Hibernation is a state of inactivity and metabolic depression in animals, characterized by lower body temperature, slower breathing, and lower metabolic rate. Hibernating animals conserve food, especially during winter when food is short, tapping energy reserves, body fat, at a slow rate.” – Wikipedia Do you think it’s possible for humans to experience the same […]

Wordless Wednesdays….Chellah Ruins, Rabat

   

Blue Mondays and Muffins….

I had planned a post on the wonderful city of Meknes that we visited last weekend, but in view of the tragic events that happened there on Friday I will save that for another day. The 16th Century minaret of the Bab Berdieyinne mosque in Meknes, collapsed during Friday prayers killing 41 people and injuring […]

Baked Meatballs…….

Hi there everyone!  Well the Arabic is going “B’shwiya b’shwiya” – slowly, slowly! Two weeks is only just enough to get the very basics of the language but I am pleased I have done this and will hopefully continue to learn! Secretly my main aim is just to become a better negotiator in the souks […]

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