As an African American where are the best places to travel without experiencing racism? Here is Part 2 to my black-friendly travel destination list!
If the medina and riads are an onslaught of colors, sights and sounds, Sahrai filters them through a GOOPish lens.
You haven’t really seen the real Morocco until you’ve been to Fez we heard.
Most tourists skip Fez, Morocco’s oldest city. That’s a big mistake.
I absolutely love a sweet and savory tagine. One of my mom and my favorite places in the city is a Moroccan restaurant and despite wanting to try other things on the menu, I never can resist the lamb tagine with apricots and dates. So, when Dar 7 Louyat offered Michele and me a traditional Moroccan cooking lesson as part of our stay we jumped at the opportunity. It’s definitely fun to explore a market in a new city but the be immersed in a local experience like we were when shopping with Naima for our tagine ingredients, gave us a whole other view of the souk. We were apart of it! Check out my latest YouTube video to find out how we made this delicious meal of a beef tagine, fava bean soup, salad and a delicious mashed pepper and eggplant blend. After our lesson, they plated it all beautiful for a romantic meal in the atrium. What a unique experience. Despite the language barrier, food brings everyone together. We cooked, laughed, bonded and cried (those onions!) …
A video of my stay at Dar 7 Louyat in Fez, Morocco
Dar 7 Louyat in Fes, Morocco is a renovated 15th century mansion in the heart of the medina done right!
It’s ok to not like a place that everyone else raves about. Your experiences are uniquely your own! I didn’t like Chefchaouen. Here’s why!
Yea, we’re tourists, and Marrakesh was decidedly the most tourist leg of our journey, so we came for the camel burgers.
Here is a basic itinerary for a perfect week long holiday in Morocco.