Moroccan baghrir was one of my favorite breakfast choices when I was in Marrakech. I remember seeing the ladies prepare it over a cast iron griddle. So here I am with my nostalgic tendencies trying to recreate my Moroccan breakfasts.Read More
Morocco, the colorful country that many have fell in love with at first sight. Some have even dreamt of it even before stepping foot on it, myself included. There’s something about the country that draws visitors. But before you visit, you must know that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. Below are 15 tips to follow before visiting Morocco. This way you won’t be too surprised when you get there.Read More
Rainy days call for baking sweets. And not just any sweets but Moroccan sweets! When you miss the country, you settle by making its local foods and indulging in them. What better treat to do this with than Moroccan almond and orange ghriba cookies?Read More
Riad Mouna, a humble yet alluring riad in the heart of Jemaa el-Fnaa. I grew a love for this riad as I stayed there the two times I visited Marrakech. The riad is no La Mamounia or El Fenn but it has the greatest perk of being located in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the red city. And it’s a beautiful and traditional riad with a loving staff. You can’t go wrong with that.Read More
The first time I ever tasted freshly squeezed pomegranate juice was in Tangier, Morocco. Call me late but it’s a memory I’m proud of and will remember greatly. The gentleman squeezing the pomegranate was so kind too. He was so interested in knowing my thoughts on the juice.Read More
Here at The Style Spread, we just love to go shopping. We love it even more when it’s abroad. You get unique items that you probably wouldn’t have been able to get in your local boutique. In Morocco, these unique items are found at the Moroccan souks.
The souk is basically a market where different things are sold. You can get tea sets, scarves, leather goods, and even spices. We think it’s one of the most exciting parts of visiting Morocco. The only part that is not so exciting is the haggling that has to be done.
But don’t worry, we are going to show you how to effectively shop the souk like a Morocco born native.Read More
This past week was an amazing time that I would always cherish in my memory. I went on a trip to Paris and then to Marrakech and then to Meknes. It was whirlwind of events but worth every second. Let me start off by saying that Morocco has been my dream place since I was 13. It’s something about the culture that attracts me. I was lucky enough to have this dream become a reality and even luckier I will be when I go for a second time.Read More