An easy side trip from Marakesh, Essaouira is a port city on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. Its Medina has been enlisted as a UNESCO World heritage site since 2001. Directly facing the Atlantic Ocean, the city was windy and chilly the time I was there, which was a complete opposite of Marrakesh's. It was summer when I … Continue reading Visiting the Port City of Essaouira: A Photoblog
With strong Arab influence, eating in Morocco is definitely a plate of heavy meat seasoned with a flavourful combination of coriander, parsley and cumin. Unlike Indian, locals said that their dishes (especially the Tagine) are usually subtle with just a dash of chilli. Here are some of the dishes I enjoyed during my 4 days stay in Morocco. … Continue reading Moroccan Foodang!!! (What to Eat There?)
Any travel enthusiast would most likely agree that one of the best feelings in life is having a visa application approved.It was my first time to apply for Schengen Visa, which I consider a power visa (with personal interviews and all). Seriously, I can still recall today how it felt like having my passport in … Continue reading Backpacking Marrakesh,Morocco: What to expect?
As a new year tradition(and hopefully I can keep it up), I am sharing these simple travelogue postcards of beautiful cities I've visited the past year. All shots were taken by me with my Sony. Feel free to share. =)