Irreverent and lacking cultural sensitivity, Chelsea Handler does not disappoint in her take on a travelogue, documenting her ridiculous stories from various global travels. She is hilarious and inappropriate and not for the uptight. I love her and would recommend any of her books to nearly anyone!
Paul Bowles is generally a recommended author for those traveling to Morocco. “The Spider’s House,” however, was painfully dry for me. Originally written in French, the translation in this particular edition was difficult to follow and the story itself not very gripping. I never finished this book and wouldn’t recommend it.
1. Blue alley way in Chefchaouen. 2. Kitty cat on blue stairs by blue doors. 3. Me, writing this blog post about Morocco in our blue room wearing a blue t shirt.
1. The beautiful interior of Moulay Ismail’s mausoleum in Meknes. 2. Tiny Tim in wide open spaces in the ancient granary.
Enjoying everything about the Roman ruins of Volubilis!
1. Way finding in Fes could be a challenge, so to remember our way we’d take pictures of our route. This is one of those pictures- I’m reminding us to go left. 2. View of the tannery in Fes. 3. Enjoying our Magnum Double Caramels. 4. Tim with our favorite person on Morocco, one of … Continue reading Fes, Morocco
Enjoying the beach scene in Essaouira.
1. Shadows of our camels in the desert. 2-4. Sunset over the dunes. 5. Sunrise casting shadows. 6. Me and my camel, Ole Blue Eyes. 7. Our tent for the night in the desert. 8. Our favorite little kid.
1. View from our hotel at one of the end of Dades Gorge. 2. Having some fun at Todra Gorge
Two typical Moroccan experiences- 1. Mint tea and 2. Chicken tagine