Bits and pieces of Morocco

While I was in Morocco for just a few days as part of the book second trip, I snapped a few pictures of the old city in Rabat, called the Oudayas. I love this area of town with its old streets and half painted blue walls. If you travel to Morocco and get a chance to stay a bit in the capital, I highly recommend this area. A lot of gorgeous riads are hidden behind these doors, and the area is a few steps away from the Medina where you can get some nice shopping done.

Have a lovely weekend friends! Xo, Si-

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  1. How rustically romantic and ethereal these areas are, Si, thank you for the gorgeous photographs. Cheers and have a fantastic weekend, Ardith

    1. Happy you feel inspired by my pictures, @Ardith! Have a lovely weekend as well! Xx-

  2. These are such beautiful photos! We were in Morocco in March and I was so taken by the colors … of everything! Even as we drove from Marrakech to Essaouira, I was snapping photos of roadside buildings and shops in the loveliest pinks, blues and greens. The cacti especially look amazing against the pale pink/salmon-colored walls and dusty roads!

    xo Jaime
    Angloyankophile

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