Posts in category Fes

Discovering Fes with a Local

Discovering Fes with a Local

I found my hostel just on the fringes of the Fes Medina with plenty of people offering to help me find the place. Some of the hostels in Morocco are actually repurposed Riads that were considered quite fancy to stay at way back in the day. The Riad, from the Arabic term for ‘garden,’ emphasizes […]

My Introduction to Moroccan Food in Fes

My Introduction to Moroccan Food in Fes

To be honest, one of the biggest reasons I wanted to visit Morocco was the food. Tangier was the final leg of my trip to Morocco because of Anthony Bourdain’s episode of Parts Unknown where he explored the city’s souks for goat cheese and sampled many fragrant tagines. In the United States, the term ‘Moroccan’ […]

Arrival in Fes: My First Steps in Morocco

Arrival in Fes: My First Steps in Morocco

Looking out the window of the plane I saw Europe melt away into the distance and with it my sense of grounding and familiarity. As land came into view again, I began to prepare myself for first contact with the mighty continent of Africa. From my vantage point in the sky with the Ryanair logo […]

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