The Atlas Mountains

Hey guys,

We had the chance to follow a guided excursion through the Atlas Mountains. I had no words. The views there were amazing. There is a region called ‘vallée du paradis’ where you can see thousand of palmtrees. For lunch we went to a moroccan family to eat a traditional dish: round bread with a couple of dips (as I told you before in my post about Dar Josephine). The people here have it for breakfast. Really nice! The children there were sooo sweet and lovely. Moroccan people are very kind. This definitely was one of my favourite days throughout the whole holiday!


Mom ♥



Just a casual day in Agadir

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because of the weather, which wasn’t always that great, we did a lot of activities. We did some camel riding and visited the local market, called ‘Souk El Had’. They had everything you could dream of: meat, fresh fruit, clothes, cleaning material, spices, tea,… you name it! You also had the possibility to drink real moroccan mint tea, really nice but sometimes too sweet (they add a lot of sugar). You have to pour the tea in a little glass and then put it back in the can. You do this 3 times before you drink it, a real moroccan tradition.


Dar Josephine

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In my last post I told you about Taghazout. There is this little spot where you can have breakfast or lunch: Dar Josephine! They have tajin, salads and homemade lasagna (moroccan style).  I had the vegetarian lasagna and my mom the meat version. It was delicious! They used all kinds of spices, yum! They served it with typical moroccan bread, a round one. The local people eat bread like this for breakfast with some olive oil, honey or argan oil.



I mentioned in my last post that I’ve been to Agadir last week. The weather is at its best in march until august. We had a lot of fog. Because of that we went a lot into the mountains or to other villages where the sun was out. One of this villages is called Taghazout. It’s about an half hour away from Agadir. It’s really small and it’s a place where all the surfers go to. There are a lot of surfer lodges where you can stay. Also a lot of colours! Instant happiness when you’re at this place. At the beach I made a new friend: a dog!



Hello Morocco!

Hey guys,

I’ve been traveling to Morocco for a week, more specific to Agadir. We stayed at Riu Tikida Beach Hotel. It was really nice! We went for the all inclusive formula so you could eat and drink whatever you liked. My favourite part ofcourse was breakfast. They had everything you could dream of: croissants, yoghurt, muesli, fresh fruit, pancakes… Loved it.


I love to add some strawberry jam to my yoghurt. After stirring it gives a lovely sweet taste. 


Couldn’t choose haha! Pancakes with chocolate sauce and banana, but also went for some yoghurt with muesli, woops!

Hola madrid!

Mercado de San Miguel


Toast with mozarella, tomato and salmon (left), toast topped with pesto, salami, mozarella and rucola (middle) and last but not least: toast with mozarella, tomato, serrano ham and some jam (delicious!!)
Templo de Debod. You really should watch the sunset here!