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Maryam
Transplanted American living with her family in an olive orchard in Marrakech.
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so so pretty. We have some amazing pottery in Marrakech but I really love the one on the bottom right. Would be so nice to drink coffee from at my little hotel.
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So true about the Sahara! Love your description, Ana:-)
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Sigh...it is a drug. I think being intentional and not on auto-pilot is so right.
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I think that router idea is genius, Natalie!
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Wow so impressed. I am not even sure what my kids would say if I told them no devices on school days. I think they would freak out. And what does that say?
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Love that point about eye contact, Jen!
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Yes, love the desert!
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You'd be surprised. I actually very often am lonely. I'd like some new friends.
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Ah, yes. Too much company is not good either sometimes:-)
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I've been traveling solo. I've been listening, I've been learning, I've been lonely. What about you? Do you ever travel solo? What do you think? Images shot in Morocco by Gun-Ho Lee For Vogue Korea. June 2013. ‘The Middle East... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at My Marrakesh
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They were seated at the table next door in the restaurant. Parents and two children, their heads stooped over, their faces bathed in that unmistakable glow. The daughter flicked through the photos at the speed of light, one after another,... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at My Marrakesh
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We take our Moroccan cocktails seriously at Peacock Pavilions. When we have guests, a freshly made, craft cocktail is available every day at 5:00 (and we make sure that guests never get the same thing twice). Over the years, we... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2014 at My Marrakesh
So happy to hear that Jayne!
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Thank you for your support, Jen!
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Thanks for the tip!
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Hi Deb, I am strictly avoiding the Killing Fields etc while here. I did that once when my Dad lived here and it took me a long time to recover! My agenda: food, shopping, spa:-)
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Thanks so much, Shawna. I will look it up!
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My father lived in Cambodia, in Phnom Penh for years. He lived in an old Khmer house with potted orchids hanging from all the eaves. His furniture was dark oiled wood, his bedspreads were silk in inky colors. It was... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2014 at My Marrakesh
Exactly Deb:-)
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Oh my goodness, what a compliment! so kind....Thank you, Gisele.
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Hi Suzette, how exciting that you will be here in Morocco! Maybe you could have a henna party and dinner at Peacock Pavilions!
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Oh thank you so much, Meanne. I haven't been brave enough to watch it myself:-)
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