Life in Derb Djedid.
Lots of photos of Marrakesh in Morocco.
Daily life, decor. Architecture
Hello!Beautiful pictures and good comments, transmit the culture and traditions of Morocco,You Know that your Blog is indicated as "Interesting Blog" in Blogger? Congratulations.I wish you Peace
Vibrant color thanks
Beautiful picture with contrasting colors.
Mmm what beautiful colors that represent a rich culture! Thank you so much for posting :)
So very much like our Indian Muslim women
Really great colours and good photos!Hugs- Ines
They are, aren't they? Invariably warm and lovely.
Wow, beautiful! :]
nice pictures specially lady in pink dress looks nice n beautiful place thx for sharing to us,
Wow these pictures are pretty crazy. They capture the essence of a Moroccan lifestyle. Its funny I just stumbled on your blog and I am hooked.
I'm a teacher at an inner-city school in Chicago. I've recently created a blog for an intramural basketball league that I help run. The kids love the humor have a strong interest in reading it (Which is huge to get kids interested in reading). I've started recommending to them that they find other blogs that fit their interest as well. After reading your blog, I like what you have to say and think they'd enjoy it. I'm going to reccomend your site to them. Hopefully they will enjoy it and they can improve their reading and maybe inspired to write something of their own.
parabens gostei do seu blog, ok que tive que traduzir, mas gostei, abraços
I have just found your blog and spent about an hour going through posts. Your photos are absolutely wonderful and your descriptions to go with them. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, I intend to follow.
this country is full of traditions and culture..i wish to to visit it one day!
I love this one. Being born into Islam, yet converting to agnosticism a few years ago, I still admire how many Muslim women wear traditional hijab yet have more confidence than the half-dressed girl on the street corner.
I lived in Morocco for 8 months almost 2 yrs ago. I hated Morocco. I hated the fact that women have nothing to do but make bread of all shapes and forms. I hated the very extreme weather. When its hot, its burning hot and when its cold, its so cold ur fingers turn purple... It's UNBELIEVABLE that you are able to show me all the beauty I was too depressed to see, with your simple yet amazing photos. Your blog is the best!!! Congratulations!
Beautiful pictures!I'm from okinawa japani'm so happy meet your blog.thank you!
I Love the customs and the colors!thank you = )
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