Facing reality that I’m not gonna be a Moroccan princess but it’s all cool I have 50+ marriage proposals in my DMs that I gotta review 📲 #sorrybutimmarriedtomytripodya ’ll #therealIGBF
The royal palace is def a must-see in Fes, Morocco. It spans 200 acres inside, but unfortunately... the inside is not open to public :( MY TIP: I recommend stopping by here in the morning, then exploring the souks and medinas the rest of the day!
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Život je dar… primi ga!
Život je avantura… učestvuj u njoj!
Život je tajna… otkrij je!
Život je igra… igraj je!
Život je lepota… uzdigni je!
Život je sastavna zagonetka… reši je!
Život je prilika… iskoristi je!
Život je pesma… pevaj je!
Život je ples… zapleši ga!
ⴾ how we feel about traveling and making friends with people all over the world:
“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” - Miriam Adeney #nomadandjules#wanderwithjules
That time I bought a red djellaba to wear specifically here... At the Hassan II Mosque! ❤️
This is the largest mosque in Morocco, the second largest in Africa, and the 5th largest in the world. Also the minaret right behind me is the tallest in the world!
I couldn’t stop saying “wow!” This mosque is truly magnificent!! 😍
Do you agree with this? 🤔✨ ❓
In the Rif Mountains of Northwest Morocco, Chefchaouen city is probably one of the most popular destinations on Instagram but lets talk about Travel being more than instagram because that’s how it should be. Posting beautiful pictures photos from around the world while others praise you through Likes and comments on how you are goals shouldn’t be your motivation to travel. Before you travel to some place, learn about it and within yourself, really ask that why do you want to visit it. If the answer is,”Because it is pretty.” STOP ✋🏼 and look for a better answer or another reason to visit the place. 📸
More over, if you are a traveler who travels with a purpose (Photography , Cultural awareness, History or Heritage, etc, ) and when you tell people about your travels, if their response is,”Oh yeah, plus imagine how many likes you’ll get” CORRECT THEM RIGHT AWAY that no you don’t travel for Instagram, no you don’t post for likes! For us, we traveled to 19 countries before we even started our travels which is why you only see recent travel photos and not many from the previous countries but basically we were in love with Traveling, culture and learning through it wayyy before Instagram and terms like,”So instagramable” existed! 🗺
What we mean is, this platform is wonderful and yes connecting to different Travelers, artists and bloggers is wonderful too, even earning through it is wonderful but always have a greater purpose to whatever you do. It shouldn’t be as small as “getting likes” or wanting to get praised by people or show off because when your purpose for traveling is more, you get more out of traveling then just “instagramable photos” ✈️
Natarajasana - Nataraja is another name for Shiva and his dance symbolises cosmic energy.
Regenerate with #yoga & #meditation
We love to welcome you on our upcoming #yogaretreats
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Throwback to our little hike in the Atlas Mountains last Saturday. 🏔
If you missed my IG stories of that amazing day, you can find them on my feed, in the « Marrakech » highlight.
We ate with our local guide in his Berber village, Imlil. And this was our view! 😍
If you go to the Marrakech region, you really have to visit the Berber villages in the Atlas Mountains! It’s only 1.5 hours away from the Medina, and the landscapes will truly take your breath away! .
Jemâa el-Fna market in Marrakesh.
It was an ambition of mine to get up close and personal with some snakes while we visited Marrakesh. I don’t need to say I got my wish.
The little guys on my head and around my neck were water snakes, and to all intents and purposes harmless.
The menacing one flicking his tongue on the ground was a cobra though. Needless to say I kept my distance from him. He looked completely deadly and scared the s%|+ out of me.
The things we do for a good photo. The snake charmer took the first shot and he even seemed nervous around the cobra. Enough said.