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10 weeks later. We left Morocco. It´s been a journey with mixed feelings. A beautiful coastline and culturally vibrant busy cities. The experience was diverse. So are my feelings for this country. Mixed Feelings. Because traveling Morocco as a Girs is different.  At the very beginning of January, we took the ferry to set over to another continent: Africa From Algeciras, we reached Morocco within two hours – exiting the harbor of Tanger Med and directly heading towards Casablanca. The first month was dedicated to Imsouane, followed by another one

Two months in and we are still on the road here in Morocco. We went up and down the coast, explored Moroccos coastline. And we surfed a lot. This winter was dedicated to Morocco – new landscapes, waves and a culture clash with no french spoken. This is Part 1 – the coastline. It all started with the idea to escape winter – once more. But this time we would not fly to a far away, tropic country, but rather just cross over to another continent with a ferry –

Imsouane, a little fisherman’s village, located north of Taghazout and south of Essaouira, is about to become the new surf & holiday mecca in Morocco. And there are a lot of reasons why. I am giving you 10 – just as a little tast of the beauty of this place. In January 2019, when we were traveling Morocco in our self converted Cempervan, I spend three weeks in that lovely little town called Imsouane. This is when I fell in love with the flair there. Although there is a lot

Ever wanted to go surf Moroccan waves, explore and get to know the culture? You are keen to spend a week in a beachfront house with not more than 10 people? A getaway full of mindfulness, environmental awareness, healthy food, and local community? Welcome to friends, a house and the sea! Who they are 3 women that share the passion for the ocean, surf, and our environment. Sophie and Chrissy, both Austrian entrepreneurs, who know each other for many years. Sophie and Imane got to know each other surfing the