Tag Archive 'Travel'

Wordless Wednesdays….Chellah Ruins, Rabat



So it seems my Wordless Wednesday has slowly morphed into a wordless week!!! I have a list of excuses as long as my arm for not blogging, but wont bore you with the details! One of my New Year’s resolutions was to make a serious attempt at learning a new language, so Monday morning bright […]

Wordless Wednesdays, Fountains and Tassles…..


Souks, Saffron and Stuffing……

I have longed to go to Essaouira since we arrived in Morocco almost two years ago. So as you may know we finally got to go down that way on New Year’s Day. Well, it was everything people said it was and more! What a gorgeous place, not even the debris on the beach from […]

Wordless Wednesdays…..Kasbah des Oudayas, Rabat

Happy New Year…..

Wow, I cannot believe it is the last day of 2009!  My heartfelt thanks for taking the time to read my blog and to comment, I look forward to seeing you again next year!   I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a wonderful, healthy and prosperous 2010!  Sana saʿida from […]

Chicken and Fennel Tagine…..

One of my favourite places here in Rabat is the Rabat Medina.  It is a wonderful place to have a stroll about, looking at little odds and ends without the hassle that you get in some of the larger medinas in Morocco. There is one little courtyard that has a trader I have come to […]

Horses and Hospitality…..

Saturday was a strange day, not starting quite as we had planned but turned into one of those days that will be etched into our memories forever!  Our local village was hosting their annual fantasia festival this Saturday. It was off to a rocky start with a morning of thunder showers, but nothing was going […]

Odds and ends…..

I saw this lovely post on the search for fresh Mozzerella and Insalata Caprese over at Italicious and started dreaming of holidays and sitting on the Med having a delicious lunch with perfect ingredients.The tomatoes around here are simply delicious at the moment and the best way to eat them is in a simple tomato […]


With close to 2,500km’s of coastline, fish and fishing is a big part of life in Mozambique. These local fishermen used to go out in this little wooden row boat when the ocean permitted and usually came back with fish. For those brave enough you can even hire their services and expert knowledge. What was […]

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