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  • An Experience of the Soul at Morocco.

    Tinni Debnath
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  • Morocco
    Morocco
    Even as a child I hated obeying the rules of life. I understood the importance of education but frankly, the Indian society emphasises on it to the point where nothing else matters.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    So once I cleared my graduation, I began to feel deep wanderlust, to explore the unknown, to know things that are beyond my reach. To simplify, I chose to break away from the routine.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    It wasn't easy, being a girl and having a thirst for travel, but my experiences led me to travel Morocco, a land that was thoroughly unlike my own, with a culture I haven't ever been exposed to. And I Loved every second of it.
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    Morocco
    Travelling, I noticed, heals even the toughest of wounds. Experiencing Morocco made me realise how lucky I was to be alive, breathe, and walk around, explore the natural beauty as well as the man made beauty of the world.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    Morocco had everything I love. From water to desert to amazing treks and golden sunsets, it filled my heart and eyes with love for humans and the earth itself. The people of Morocco are relentlessly kind, compassionate, and warm.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    One thing I experienced instantly was how, with time, the perception of good living has changed. I was happy to be without WiFi here for days, a thing that I felt was absolutely necessary. All I needed was a roof over my head, food to eat, and bed to lie in at night!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    At Chefchaouen, the blue city of Morocco, my eyes burned. Everything was blue, clean, gorgeous, and supremely bright! Locals here had different theories about why it was blue. Maybe it was because of the Jews, maybe it was to ward off mosquitoes, or maybe it was the sea!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    I had a good one month planned, which took me to the pier, to the desert, to everything in between. On a hot day, nothing was better than just sipping some cool, refreshing cactus drink and just watching the sun reflect brightly.
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    Morocco
    In Marrakech, for example, I met a lot of French Tourists on the way to visiting the iconic mosque. The place is beautiful, straight out of some Hollywood movie.
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    Morocco
    In the deserts of Sahara I glimpsed my first, authentic camel. To my surprise most of them were free, quite hairy, and scary up close. But just like the dry, hot, arid desert, they were a symbol of nature's effects and how inescapable she really is from a human perspective.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    When I travel, I don't pay a lot of attention to the way the people look, but here, you just have to admit that they are gorgeous. Effortlessly chic and often managing a lot of cloth, they were simply 'zwin'!
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    Morocco
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    When I first arrived I expected the prices to be sky high. In some places they absolutely were, but more often than not, they were super cheap for the amount of food. A dish of fried eggs with olives, cheese and olive oil is enough to make you full for about 4 hours!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    In Sahara Desert, I felt the luckiest to B even be alive. There was peacefulness, there was serenity, there was nature all around me. It was hit yes but the temperature hardly affected me, or indeed anybody else around me!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    I think the biggest thing that stops people from exploring is not money, but fear. Of course money is necessary, but once within it's reach, fear stops us. Morocco was a dream come true, and money hardly seemed to matter here in the overall quality of life.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    One of my favourite things to do anywhere is to visit the local markets. They give an authentic view of life though lifestyle, habits and items for sale. I swear I've spent hours browsing and nitpicking before deciding on purchases!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    The Berber tribe of the Sahara Desert was one of a kind! I went out on a camping trip one night and they were every curious to know about India as much as I was curious to know about them! Camping in Sahara was one of the most adventurous things I ever did!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    Of course, there's heat, but there is also snow in some parts of Morocco which completely took me by surprise. There wasn't a lot of snow but it was one of the most juxtaposed situation in my recent travels.
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    Tall, regal and iconic, the Koutobia Mosque was accepting of all. Something as important as religion was not enough to make distinction between humans, at least not in Morocco. Maybe we should learn from them a few important things of life!
  • Morocco
    Morocco
    It was one of the best, most thought provoking experience I ever had. I don't know when I'll have another one like this, and even if I didn't, I wouldn't mind. I have seen and touched the sands of beauty here, and I won't forget this to my dying day.

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