There’s something about cats in Morocco, that’s a fact. This Christmas, I spent a week in Marrakesh with my family. This was a trip we had been talking about for years, but never did together. I went nonetheless to Marrakesh on my own at a few occasions, and loved it every single time: the bustling […]
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I had the opportunity travel to Mali in 2006 and to Libya in 2007. Little did I know just how lucky I was to be able to see both places before they became inaccessible to Western travelers for years to come. Both trips to West and North Africa have profoundly influenced me and the way […]
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Southern Albania is worth a visit. For its beaches with clear turquoise water, its food and its culture. And you might also come across a lot of… collapsed, unfinished houses. During my holidays in Ksamil, close to Saranda in South Albania, not far from the border to Greece and Corfu, there were particularly many collapsed […]
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It was not until my desert tour through Libya in 2007 that I experienced what a desert travel, especially travelling the Sahara desert, really means. In less than two weeks I saw the most diverse and fascinating landscapes. Before this trip, I never really considered desert travel and used to think of the Sahara desert […]
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