Hi guys, Check out this documentary by the Body Shop on how argan oil is made. There are two versions a short one and an extended one. Enjoy! Advertisements
Hi guys! The actress Shay Mitchell from Pretty Little Liars has posted two videos of her trip to Morocco about a year ago. The vlogs are are fun to watch because Shay has not only done touristy things, but she has also made an effort to explore the local culture (you will understand what I mean if you watch the… Read More Morocco as seen in “Shaycation” by Shay Mitchell!
Hi guys! Check out the first half of this BBC documentary to see a different part of Morocco. Beautiful landscapes, rich Berber cultures and magnificent saffron. Enjoy!
Hi guys! Lately, I have been watching a lot of Henna tutorials on YouTube and I found a henna artist called @Girly_Henna who is crazy talented. Check out her designs in the video below. Enjoy!
Hi guys! If you are thinking of visiting Morocco, you will need to know some basis words and expressions to help you communicate with the locals. As we all know, people appreciate it when you try to speak to them in their language, even if it’s not that good. So I’ll try to teach you… Read More Morocco Travel: 5 Basis Words & Expressions In Darija (Moroccan Arabic)
Hi guys! Check out this Moroccan interpretation of #HELLO by Adele. It’s so good! They are singing “sanaa saïda” which means “Happy Newyear”. Enjoy! Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog and to connect with me on social media!
Chaired by Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco, the Marrakech International Film Festival (FIFM) aims to honour world cinema. Each year, a festival jury rewards the best Moroccan and foreign feature and short films. Film industry greats such as Martin Scorsese, Roman Polanski, Marion Cotillard and Jessica Chastain have all taken a place at the judging table in the past. This… Read More Marrakech International Film Festival: 15th edition has commenced!
Boucherouites are traditional Berber rugs and carpets that are hand-made by Berber women. The rugs are woven from wool and recycled pieces of fabric such as nylon and cotton. The traditional rugs are not particularly considered as special in Morocco, they were not even displayed in the souk shops until recently. Today, they are very popular with designers all over… Read More Boucherouite rugs!
Hi all! I hope you’ve had a lovely summer. I have not been posting during the holidays, but I’ll try to post more regularly now that I’m no longer in vacation mode (even though I’ll have a lot of work in my Master’s year)… Oh well! Let’s just take it one post at a time. As… Read More The Moroccan Tiles Post!