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Sunday, 31 May 2009

A Short Cut to Manhood, Uganda

The threshold, a tree branch on the ground, has been crossed. The 16-year-old boy, the candidate, steps forward. He's about to become a man. The crowd encircled around him inches forward, craning for a better look. Children crawl beneath the forest of legs, hoping for a glimpse.

Published in indigenous
Sunday, 31 May 2009

Travel Photographs: Mali

Photos by Lies Ouwerkerk

Published in in focus
Sunday, 16 November 2008

Travel Photographs: Morocco

Travel Photography of Morocco by Stefania LaMonaca

Published in in focus
Sunday, 28 September 2008

Travel Photographs: Tanzania

Travel Photography Showcase: Tanzania by Lies Ouwerkerk

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Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Villa Saada, Essaouira, Morocco

Villa Saada is a restful refuge on Morocco’s Atlantic coastline, close to Essaouira. When you’re ready for some peace after the hustle (& hustlers) of Marrakech – this is the place to escape to. When you arrive you’ll be greeted by the friendly smiles of all who work there, as everyone comes out to greet the guests, a very welcoming touch. As you enter the first courtyard you’ll notice the lovely décor inside these cool walls, and the quiet, as you are about 15 km from Essaouira and down a long driveway. We were offered tea upon arrival and took it in the nice salon in front of the fireplace. Even though it was not cold outside, Momo, the excellent waiter/driver/cook started a nice fire in minutes.

Published in innkeeper

Since so much of human existence depends on water, how have people survived crossing deserts where there is precious little precipitation?

Published in insight

I should be picturing scenes from Casablanca as I sit in the catamaran, which ferries from Tarifa, Spain to Tangier: the so-called White City of Morocco. Instead, I’m imagining Raiders of the Lost Ark with turban-wearing, swash-buckling fighters carrying fez-wearing monkeys on their shoulders running down a dusty dirt road, which is strange, since Raiders of the Lost Ark


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