Traveling has provided me with a wealth of experiences and opportunities for personal growth. By exploring new cultures, trying new foods, and immersing myself in unfamiliar environments, I have gained a broader perspective of the world and developed a deeper understanding and appreciation for different ways of life. In addition, traveling has challenged my personal beliefs and broken down cultural barriers, promoting personal growth and self-discovery. It has also offered me the chance to learn new skills, make meaningful connections with people from diverse backgrounds, and create lasting memories. Ultimately, traveling has helped me expand my horizons, gain confidence, and live a more fulfilling life.
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This is where I share my trips and recommendations and itinerary of my trips both past, present and future. I love giving travel tips and maybe one day even become a travel advisor.
Morocco was a place of wonderful chaos. The rules are really only known by the locals and it’s your job as a visitor to the country to ask or find out what they are only by realizing what you’ve done wrong. The week I was there was packed full of action from day one your zipping around on a motorcycle with a side cart attached through the streets of Medina almost hitting people and other motorcycles on your way through. then we were driven through the Atlas mountains to a retreat that was much like a resort out of a movie where we dipped in the pool, cocktails in hand and music playing in the background. We soon found ourselves hiking through the Atlas mountains where we came across old Moroccan villages where people lived and thrived in their environment away from it all. Afterwards it was time to drive to the Agafay Desert and traverse our way through the desert on quads to our desert camp for the night. Thank God there was a pool there that gave us relief from the sweltering heat we found ourselves in. After one night under the stars in the desert we made our way to the coast in Essaouria where we surfed the Atlantic, road camels on the beach and explored the city streets and markets to good food, dancing and fun. Finally ending the trip to the coast with a wonderful Haman experience…. and if you’ve never experienced the Haman, then you haven’t lived. We finally made our way back to Marrakech where it all began to end the night with a lovely dinner featuring the best the city has to offer. The relationships made on this trip are ones to keep for the long-run.
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