Marrakech, Morocco, Personal, Travel, Wanderlust

Marrakech: Photo diary

As you may already know, I’ve been travelling again. This time I went to Marrakech, one of the busiest cities in Africa. In the Old City, I often had the feeling I went back in time. The people and atmosphere are truly unique. The central square, Jemaa El Fna, is one of the most known places in Africa. Story-tellers, snake charmers, musicans,… there are so many people doing their own ‘act’ and a lot more who are watching the ‘spectacles’. It’s almost impossible to describe the feeling I had there, but Marrakech is definitely worth visiting. I hope my photo diary can show you a little bit of what I experienced then! Enjoy!

NED: Zoals jullie weten ben ik enkele weken geleden op reis gegaan naar Marrakech. Soms had ik echt het gevoel dat ik terug ging in de tijd. Vooral rond de Jemaa El Fna, het centrale plein, is de sfeer uniek. Verhalenvertellers, slangenbezweerders, muzikanten,… er zijn heel veel mensen die hun eigen ‘act’ brengen en nog véél meer mensen die deze verschillende ‘spektakels’ aanschouwen. Het is moeilijk om het gevoel dat ik er had te omschrijven, je moet het zeker en vast zelf eens meegemaakt hebben. Soms waande ik mezelf zelfs even in een andere wereld. Via mijn fotoverslag hoop ik jullie toch even kennis te laten maken met de Marokkaanse cultuur. Enjoy!

Henna (“For good luck with husband” – I hope so!)
 Inside Palais El Bahia (Watch my previous post for more pictures – You can click here)
This is the life… 🙂
Best mozarella salad I’ve ever tasted! You can find this trendy restaurant in the new part of Marrakech – Amaia (84 avenue hassan II)
 Doing some romantic stuff 😉
Thanks guys for this fairy tale ride!
A lot of entertainment at Jemaa El Fna

Jemaa El Fna: view from above

Breakfast – The pancakes in the right corner were sooo yummm!

Hangin’ and chillin’
One evening we had diner in (according to them) the first vegetarian restaurant in Marrakech. I can really say: amazing, delicious food! Btw, how cool is this big table for groups? 
Earth Café (2 derb zawak, rue riad zitoun el kedim)
Koutoubia Mosque
Dinner at one of the little stalls outside at Jemaa El Fna
Morrocan patisserie: Chez Brahim 2 (86-88 rue derb dabachi)
 Inside Medersa Ben Youssef: a former koran school




Inside an Yves Saint Laurent exposition at the Jardin Majorelle (click here to read the article)
 Le Théâtre Royal


Spices, anyone? 
Sarah x

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