27 March 2015

Friday figments and photos: Marrakech

Marrakech, oh Marrakech.

I already want to return.

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel
Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

Marrakech, Morocco Travel

32 comments :

  1. This looks deeelightful! Can't wait to go in September!


    Lauren xx
    The Lifestyle Diaries

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  2. Stunning! Can't wait to hear more about your trip :)

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  3. Fabrics, window shapes, tiles, lanterns, cous cous. That is all...Oh actually coffee and gin too...Can't wait to read about your trip!!

    Lots of love,
    Angie

    SilverSpoon London

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  4. Next time you go...take me with you! The prints and colours are a photographer's (or wannabe photographer's) dream!

    Polly xx

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  5. Oooh I'm excited to here how your trip went! I've heard lots of nice things about Marrakesh but I'm still a little unsure about whether it's a trip I want to make myself :) Maybe you can sway me!

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  6. Beautiful photo of the petals on the bed. And that courtyard! Whoa. I really, reeeeeally want to visit.

    V
    Life+1

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  7. Thank you! It is such a beautiful country - we didn't get to see nearly as much of it as we really wanted to!

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  8. Go - it is delicious, crazy, exotic and a feast for the senses. I would leave it a little while though with the political unrest that affected even our trip.

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  9. Honestly, we couldn't turn a corner without me wanting to whip me wee camera out again!
    Polly, it's a deal!

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  10. All the things Angie ;) The coffee in our hotel was amazing!! I think you'd approve that we went 5* as well :D

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  11. I just hope you have less rain then us ;)

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  12. It was close to for many long, languid moments :D

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  13. Such travel envy - I've always wanted to go. Maybe 2015 will be the year...? Looking forward to some tips!

    Erin xx

    Islandbell

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  14. Thanks Emma, as if my Marrakech wanderlust wasn't already at breaking point... hehe jokes aside it really does look lovely!

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  15. Oh gosh, it looks so beautiful!! So very jealous, I've been wanting to go for so long but really need to just get on it and arrange it!

    C x | Lux Life

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  16. Aww, Marrakech. I also love this city. We've been twice, and would happily go again. Each visit could be so very different. Lovely to see you, briefly, today.

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  17. So beautiful! Marrakesh is climbing higher and higher on my list!

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  18. It seems like a good place to visit. Such beautiful detail the petals on the bed. A former work colleague told me that they did that for her sister, who's got learning deficiencies, when they were on a family trip a few years ago. They didn't do it for the rest of the family, though!

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  19. Gabrielle Trenbath31 March 2015 at 04:35

    owww I've always wanted to visit Marrakesh. I almost did last year but mum kept on saying it was unsafe for solo females :(

    www.blogsbygabrielle.blogspot.com

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  20. Oh I hope so Erin - it's exotically beautiful!

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  21. Sorry, sorry ;) It was so different to anywhere I've been before!

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  22. Did you stay in the center?
    It was too lovely to say hi, though I wish it could have been longer x

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  23. Ooooh, that's really sweet - and kinda nice that they specially spoilt her!

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  24. I know a few friends who have been - you can get unwanted attention in the Medina, but we hired a local gentlemen who took my friend and I around and deflected attention we'd get. Also just dressing sensibly helps - knees & shoulders covered up.

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  25. I adored Marrakech too! Mainly for the insanely good food I encountered and the fact that there were moments when I felt like I'd been transported back to pre-Biblical times. I hope you had a safe trip and weren't affected by the political upheaval though. x

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