The well renowned Liebster award is an amazing networking award given from bloggers to bloggers! First, we would like to thank Traveling Amos for your nomination and for giving us this great opportunity! But along with this fantastic networking opportunity comes some rules which are as follows… 1. You must thank the blogger who nominated you!
Monthly Archives: February 2016
We always get asked how we can travel so often and afford it and so in response we have compiled our most effective 3 ways to travel for free (or VERY cheap). There are no secrets to this. With many ways to cut costs, you don’t need to sacrifice your 3 meals a day or
In the medinas and souks of Morocco, you can begin to feel like a bone between a pack of dogs… With everything imaginable for sale and a city full of people selling it to you, something will take your fancy. When this moment comes, knowing how to deal with it is very important! Before
Where is it and how to get there? Hidden in the high Atlas Mountains, an hour and a half from Marrakech by grande taxi (30dh), 7 waterfalls cascade down to a small village; Setti Fatma. This quaint town lies on the banks of the river which flows down from the peaks of Mount Toubkal. Colourful
The bus carves around the mountain, forests either side, a cloudless sky and a thin crisp air which bites at our Saharan acclimatised blood. The bus pulls over at a petrol station and taxi rank before it continues on to Tetouan. The bus driver gets up and faces his passengers, “Chefchaouen!” After giving the bag
During our time in Morocco, we became nomads and ventured out into the vast Sahara desert riding camels and staying at Berber camps along the way. Merzouga Mud walls the colour of the sand at their foot line the streets of Merzouga. On the edge of the Sahara, nomads have given their (camel’s) soles a