There is definitely an element of trust when you sign up for an excursion over the Internet. Especially when it’s on a continent you’ve never been, in a country you know little about, and with a company you only know from anonymous online reviews. This type of travel is not for the faint of heart. Jumping into a car with a perfect stranger and letting them take you to the middle of the Sahara desert for days requires complete and unwavering trust in humanity… and a little help from the internet, in this case.
Visiting Morocco has definitely left an impression, not only in my head, but also my heart. I had the opportunity to visit places I have only dreamed about, and experience a country that at times felt otherworldly. I learned so much in such a short amount of time, I can’t wait to have the opportunity to go back and explore more of this beautiful country.
This week I am sharing Three Things I Learned About Morocco during my first visit. View Post
It was pushing 10pm and my hanger level was starting to increase. I knew immediately that we delayed dinner too long and I had to eat immediately. Just around the corner from our apartment in Sitges, Spain, there was a medley of restaurants to choose from, so we decided we’d head over and take a guess.
Welcome to my favourite post of the week…Let’s Catch Up!
This week was one of the most memorable of my life for two main reasons. The first, I turned the big 3-0 and the second, I celebrated my birthday in the middle of the Sahara Desert with a Nomad family, during an epic desert tour adventure (but you will have to stay tuned for more on that in the near future). View Post
We have returned safe and sound from a life-changing adventure to the Sahara desert. I know there are going to be many questions, and I have many answers – but not today. My entire being is exhausted (in a good way), and I’ll need a day or two of recovery. But I promise the wait will be worth it, and in the mean time, here’s a small taste of what we experienced… View Post