Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tea in Morocco: 'It's in the blood' - Washington Post









Tea in Morocco: 'It's in the blood'

Washington Post

I've experienced dozens such scenes in the 15 years I have been traveling in Morocco, but this is the one I remembered recently in Tangier: I was sitting in Cafe de Paris with a friend on a drizzly morning over — what else? — thé vert à la menthe ...









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Monday, October 20, 2014

Guide for gay people visiting Morocco - The Guardian









Guide for gay people visiting Morocco

The Guardian

I can only feel sympathy and solidarity with Ray Cole and his partner (Report, 17 October). It must have been a horrific and frightening experience. But as an openly gay man who has travelled more than 20 times to Morocco in the last decade (often with ...









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Chouara: A Striking 11th-Century Tannery in Morocco - Slate Magazine (blog)








Slate Magazine (blog)



Chouara: A Striking 11th-Century Tannery in Morocco

Slate Magazine (blog)

Wedged among the ancient buildings and serpentine passageways of Fez's Old Medina in Morocco is a grid of stone wells, each filled with a colored liquid. This is Chouara, an 11th-century tannery that still operates as it did a thousand years ago. Cow ...









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Morocco matches skills and growth sectors - The Africa Report








The Africa Report



Morocco matches skills and growth sectors

The Africa Report

"There are around a hundred aeronautical companies in Morocco [...] Having an international certification is a way to reassure investors about the quality of our workforce, therefore increasing the chance of attracting foreign companies and the number ...









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