Archive for the 'Morocco' Category

Market in Marrakech

Monday, June 11th, 2007

We took Nathan to Marrakech at the end of May, to see the new house that Yasmina’s Aunt & Uncle have built there. He’s been to Morocco before but this time was different because he’s 19 months old, so he runs around and is generally harder to keep up with. He’s in his new blue […]

Marriage in Morocco Five Years Ago

Friday, October 20th, 2006

It’s our “wooden” or “silverware” anniversary today. It feels like it was just yesterday. Yasmina will get her flowers later in the morning (I hope she won’t read this first). Soon after the wedding I put up our wedding site which is still available. If you’re interested in what it takes for an Englishman resident […]

Roman Ruins in Morocco

Wednesday, January 18th, 2006

As many of you may know, I lived and worked in Morocco for over four years and have many fond memories of some of the work I did using Internet as a tool for sustainable development there. I lived in Rabat where there is a ruin (the Chellah), parts of which date back to times […]

Memories of Morocco

Friday, August 5th, 2005

I suppose you could say my blog is now officially launched. My first reference (fr) from a fellow blogger Rachid Jankari was published today (merci Rachid). I lived and worked in Morocco for over four years with a leading independent ISP, MTDS. During that time I travelled around the fascinating North African country, and was […]