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Moroccon Taste

12/10/2017

Morocco, a very oriental experience and a new attraction for many famous people.
If you haven’t made up your mind yet for your new destination take an inspiration with our recommendations and advices below given also from one of our Rebel Heart team members:

 

LA PAUSE

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A secret place in the middle of the dessert, where you can enjoy the sunsets with your friends or loved ones and even fall asleep in these.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend in LA  Pause

 

LE JARDINE DE MAJORELLE DI YSL

 

An amazing colorful garden created in honor of YSL. A must see!!!

 

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SOULKS IN MARRAKESH

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Photo by Song of Style 

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend choose to celebrate their anniversary

MAMOUNIA HOTEL

This Hotel is nothing like you tried before! As a contrast with Marrakesh life and reality, you scape the reality of Marrakesh ! And the story behind this is about a king in the 18th Century, who wanted to treat and raise his kids far from the chaotic city, in order to enjoy their life.

All celebrities and tourists relax in this amazing Spa with oriental aromas after a long walk in Marrakesh soulks! Usually the weather is great,so one day by the pool is enough to make the best out of your holidays.

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Chrissy Teigen and Luna Legend

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One of our girls ( Borana) in Mamounia Hotel

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Emily Ratajovski in Mamounia Hotel

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Song of Style in Mamounia 

MARRAKESH MARKET

You can find amazing food, details for your home decoration and silk scarfs like no where else!

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Bahia Palace

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Notes from us:
• Girls, take a shawl/scarf in case you visit any mosques. You need to be suitably dressed/wear something on your head
• Dress modestly with legs and arms covered and you’ll avoid the wrong kind of attention. It’s also helpful to carry a scarf, it helps you blend in and avoid unwanted attention.

You should also know that Arabic is the official language, but you’ll also hear French, Spanish, Berber and various dialects.
Mechoui (spicy lamb roast), harira (tomato soup) and chicken & date tajine are just some of Morocco’s delicious traditional dishes

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