morocco on my mind

It’s almost been a year since I was last in Morocco. For a while there, the country was beginning to feel like a second home, but things change and other opportunities beckon.

During my many trips, I fell for the sights and smells of the souks, the delectable food and the vast history – so different from where I’m from and much more romantic as a result.

Romans, Berbers, Arabs and the French – their presence is apparent in everything, from the ancient ruins of Volubilis and the tiled mosques and madrassahs to jewellery heavy with metal, baubles and meaning and decadent art deco buildings, crumbling at the seams.

I’ve shared some of these photos before on Instagram, but felt the need to delve into them again – as well as show you a few new ones. These are mostly taken in Marrakech and Essaouira, but there are a couple from Casablanca and Rabat too.

Souvenir seller in Essaouira, Morocco. Moroccan tiles and lamps. Close up of the clothes at Moroccan Touch. Blue Moroccan tiles. Lamps with coloured glass in Morocco. Kit Lee at Hotel Felah Morocco. Secondhand books in Essaouira, Morocco. Moroccan postcards and moroccan tiles. Plants at the Jardin Majorelle. The grand doors at the main mosque in Casablanca. Hotel room at the Sofitel Essaouira. Pink rose petals in Marrakech, Morocco. Moroccan cats and the Sofitel Essaouira, Morocco. Plants at the Jardin Majorelle. Portrait photograph and patterns in Morocco. Colourful Morocco tiles. Moroccan succulents and patterns. Factory workers at Moroccan Touch, Casablanca. Plants at the Jardin Majorelle. Vintage typewriter in Morocco. The blue boats in port at Essaouira.


Have you been to Morocco? I’d love you to share your thoughts and/or questions on this most beautiful of countries below.

© Kate McAuley 2013

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