Assilah. One man’s dream / Marzenie jednego człowieka

We called it a city of artists. Wonder why? Assilah. A tiny harbor in the north of Morocco is empty for most of the time. There are less than 28.000 people living here. At the same time, we feel like we are the only tourists in the area. Some part of medina seem completely abandoned. During a season though, Assilah turns into a bustling holiday … Continue reading Assilah. One man’s dream / Marzenie jednego człowieka

Merdja Zerga. Fish, seafood and SPA / Ryby, owoce morza i SPA

Merdja Zerga is an arena, where the constant rivalry takes place over the the proprietary rights to the riches it has at its disposal. The most precious ones are fish and seafood. Tens of blue boats sway on lagoon waters, touched by the gentle gusts of wind. Only some of them are equipped with a combustion engine. Now cold, since the fishing takes place at … Continue reading Merdja Zerga. Fish, seafood and SPA / Ryby, owoce morza i SPA

Merdja Zerga. Kingdom of birds / Ptasie królestwo

Seagulls which lazily lounge about on a shallow water of the lagoon will soon take wing. Mewy, które wylegują się leniwie w płytkich wodach zatoki, wkrótce poderwą się do lotu. A boat which disturbs their rest is steered by Hassan Dalil, an expert on birds, nature aficionado and a guide to the nature reserve of Merdja Zerga. The only one! You can arrange a tour … Continue reading Merdja Zerga. Kingdom of birds / Ptasie królestwo

Rabat. Before we leave / Zanim wyjedziemy

Before we leave Rabat and continue our travels, let’s go back once again do the center of one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco. Present Moroccan capital does not have such a long and impressive history as Fez, Meknes or Marrakesh. For ages, Rabat was a military camp, from where the armies would travel to the Iberian Peninsula to plunder the cities and villages. … Continue reading Rabat. Before we leave / Zanim wyjedziemy

Rabat. Mohammed V of Morocco. King’s mausoleum / Królewskie mauzoleum

Before we pay a visit to Yacoub al-Mansour esplanade, it is worth to tell a few words about the sultan and the king of Morocco, Mohammed V, who is buried here. In 1927 he ascends to the throne of a country which is at this time under a French protectorate. It is then controlled during the World War II by the Vichy government. Mohammed V … Continue reading Rabat. Mohammed V of Morocco. King’s mausoleum / Królewskie mauzoleum

Rabat. Chellah. Where the storks winter / Tam, gdzie zimują bociany

Every kid knows, that the storks migrate to the warm countries for Winter. While we would give in to the skiing frenzy in our beloved Tatras or along the slopes of alpine glaciers, the prefer the African grasslands. But have you ever wondered where is it that they fly to exactly? The flight south begins in August and September. Favorite holiday destinations for the stork … Continue reading Rabat. Chellah. Where the storks winter / Tam, gdzie zimują bociany