Michlifen Ifrane Suites & Spa
Travel Blogs from Ifrane
... we are. It's almost like a holiday - the kids' faces bright with excitement. There's an air of community - a traveling, nomadic community at that.
We sleep in the desert tonight.
I hope this fog clears for the stars.
Today, I ride a camel - his name will be Phil (unless of course I'm given a female, in which case Phillis will suffice). Today, I also may have a new favorite color - Orange; burnt, ...
... to go skiing just outside of Azrou. We were told there were a couple of ski slopes about twenty minutes farther than where we work in the forest, so we decided one day after work that we had to check it out. We just couldn't pass up the opportunity to go skiing in Africa! We finished work in the middle of the day and started driving in the direction someone had pointed us in. After a few minutes we saw a hill up ahead where it looked like people ...
... previous researchers have always done. Paddy, Kevin and I took the opportunity to have some fun with our photos, so I thought it was worth sharing! I included the photo of the wall of photos and a close up of ours in this blog entry. I had a great holiday season here in Morocco, and look forward to what is to come in the next few months here. I'd love to hear how everyone spent their holidays! I always welcome an email updating me on life back at home. Happy New ...
... so that will be very nice! It will be interesting to hear if and how people in Azrou celebrate Christmas, considering the town is predominately Muslim. While I am bummed that I'm missing out on Christmas at home, I'm excited to spend the holiday in a very unique way. It will definitely be a Christmas to remember! As an added bonus, Kevin made everyone hot chocolate this afternoon. Listening to Christmas music and drinking homemade hot chocolate definitely puts me in the Christmas ...
... so we were treated to an authentic Moroccan feast! Before going downstairs, James briefed us on some Moroccan traditions we should honor as guests. Firstly, you must take off your shoes when you enter someone's home. It feels a bit strange to walk around someone else's home in my socks, but it seems much cleaner! When you are introduced to someone, you shake their hand and pat your chest with your left hand. Also, we were told to eat only with our right hands. This rule is rooted ...
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