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Wordless Wednesdays….Chellah Ruins, Rabat


Meat free Mondays, Mausoleums and Mosques….

This morning I had to take our daughter to the paediatrician which is conveniently situated right next to one of Rabats most well known landmarks. As we had some time to pass before our appointment we had a wander around the grounds of the Tour de Hassan before it got packed with people. The two main structures […]

Mozambique – Part 1

We love travelling in Africa and there is nothing better than the sights, smells and sounds of arriving in a new country. Whilst there are many similarities between the countries in the Southern African region, to me they each have their own unique charm. We had the pleasure of visiting Mozambique on our recent trip […]

Saturdays and Sailing Ships…..

One of my favourite places in Rabat has to be down on the promenade on the banks of the Bouregreg River, where you look up at the Kasbah des Oudaias. It’s the amazing walls of the Kasbah looming over the river…  the little boats ferrying people between Salé and Rabat for 1 Dh,  the children […]

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