• Moroccan Meandering with Lauren Hill

From the eyes and in the words of Lauren Hill:

Gypsying travelers began flocking to Morocco in the 1960s and 70s on the ‘hippie trail’ of shoestring budgets – to revel amongst exotic flavors, pumping surf and vibrant textiles.

I traveled to Morocco for pretty much the same reasons; it’s the kind of place whose name alone conjures a mysterious cloud of rolling Saharan sand dunes, magical metal lanterns and spice infused tanginess.

With its psychedelic, geometric art and architecture, culinary fusions and rugged land and seascapes, Morocco guarantees a sensuous foray into the coalescence of Arabic, European and African cultures.