Last December, I had the opportunity to travel to Paris for a short trip. I had 5 days in the city and decided to bring my sister along so that we could sightsee together. It turned out to be the best decision.
After visiting Paris, I don’t know why I hadn’t gone sooner! There were so many things that brought me joy there (like the kindness of the people, the beauty of the city and the food) but I thought I’d start this Paris series with the place we went to see first – The Eiffel Tower.
I recently came across some pictures I took from my trip to Morocco in December 2016 and the memories came rushing back. Photos have such a powerful way of reigniting memories that lay dormant for a long time, and I can’t help but wonder how different my photo-taking experience would have been if I had shot these on analogue. I can only imagine that it would have been a completely different experience than shooting on my iPhone.
Without further ado, here are the photos that I wanted to share from a particularly special moment in my trip. All of these were taken on the day my mom and I went to the Kasbah of the Udayas in Rabat. I
want need to go back!