Camita Cami

Camita Cami

Nu-mi plac : violenta, invidia,barfa si nedreptatea in relatiile interumane. Nu suport : violenta si indiferenta oamenilor asupra bietelor animale !
Camita Cami
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Souks, Marrakesh, Morocco....would love to take a day to explore these souks.

Souks, Marrakesh, Morocco....would love to take a day to explore these souks.

Top 14 Must See Things in مراكش Marrakech, Morocco ~ Alhamratour-Travel the halal way!

Top 14 Must See Things in مراكش Marrakech, Morocco ~ Alhamratour-Travel the halal way!

Morocco #TeaCollection

Morocco #TeaCollection

Who knows - some resort in Morocco somewhere? Love the arches.

Who knows - some resort in Morocco somewhere? Love the arches.

A four-hour drive from the bustling city of Fez brings you to Chefchaouen, a village high in the Rif Mountains, known for its labyrinthine medina bathed entirely in shades of blue.

A four-hour drive from the bustling city of Fez brings you to Chefchaouen, a village high in the Rif Mountains, known for its labyrinthine medina bathed entirely in shades of blue.

Travel inspiration | The striking architecture of Amanjena @aman in Marrakech, Morocco   by @classetouriste #travelinspiration #roomcritic #offenstore #amanjena

Travel inspiration | The striking architecture of Amanjena @aman in Marrakech, Morocco by @classetouriste #travelinspiration #roomcritic #offenstore #amanjena

Chefchaouen is one of those towns that doesn’t require a well thought out itinerary. The beauty of Chefchaouen is the town itself…

Chefchaouen is one of those towns that doesn’t require a well thought out itinerary. The beauty of Chefchaouen is the town itself…

vacilandoelmundo:  Chefchaouen, Morocco (by Mac Kwan)

vacilandoelmundo: Chefchaouen, Morocco (by Mac Kwan)

Blue Door of Chefchaouen, Morocco (By Paki Nuttah)

Blue Door of Chefchaouen, Morocco (By Paki Nuttah)

Chefchaouen, Morocco - An entire city painted blue by Jewish refugees in the 1930's and has held the true blue color to this day.

Chefchaouen, Morocco - An entire city painted blue by Jewish refugees in the 1930's and has held the true blue color to this day.