What can you do while traveling so that once you return – once you’re back in the thick of work routines and responsibilities – you can still remember the piquant flavors and the thousand other little details not found in a guidebook?
Posts tagged ‘Morocco’
If you travel alone, you’ve got no one else to bounce ideas off of, to debate having an early dinner versus a late one, or to perhaps even tell you it’s okay to take an afternoon nap. Here are a few tips on what to do when you travel solo.
No matter the title, the truth is that when I travel, my camera is never far from my side. A few weeks ago, I was tagged as part of Hostelbookers’ Seven Super Shots Challenge. The challenge is simple – choose a photo for seven categories – so here goes.
When people find out that I usually travel alone, so often the first question they ask is, “Don’t you ever get lonely?” What surprises me is the terribly concerned look on their face, as though loneliness is something to be afraid of.
As Aziz leads me farther through the dyers market, I feel a familiar tension coming back. During my time earlier with the blacksmiths, as interested as I was in their work, I couldn’t help asking myself: Are they doing this for me?
Although a flight from Sevilla to Marrakech might’ve been easier, something told me it wouldn’t have allowed me to really feel and process the change in countries – not to mention the change in continents.