It has been weeks since I have not been delving into jewelry-making. Waiting is such an agony, especially when you’re expecting the arrival of your new supplies and can’t wait to realize a new piece in mind, or rather on my sketch book to be precise. But wait, I do have some few antique brass materials from my previous works that have been kept for quite sometime now. Maybe I’ll put a great use to it for some new pieces.
Anyway, while adjusting a few settings on my blog, I came across the *Blogs of Note* section on the dashboard (have you ever notice that?). There, I found a few interesting blogs but this one captures my attention particularly and worth reading– My Marrakesh. Click on the fabulous typewriter for the fabulous link..
The beautiful Maryam is a human rights & democracy specialist trotting the globe by day, a builder of Peacock Pavilions – dream guest house in Marrakesh by night and a blogger of fabulous Middle Eastern culture – beautiful, exotic and out of the ordinary.
Marrakesh, once was the imperial city of Morroco also known as the "Red City" is ethnically diverse with rich culture & civilization coming from the East (Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Jews & Arabs), South (Sub-Saharan Africans) and North (Roman, Vandals and Andalusians). It's one of the compelling places on earth. Although the fervor and the food seduces you, it’s also a place of solace & peace. Despite it’s modernization, there are places where time has literally stood still and that in itself is a wonder.
Her blog is quite addictive if I must warned you, but I thought it is something that I should share...
And so, I'm leaving you with some of my little Marrakesh moments...:)
Have a great weekend everyone!!!