MOROCCAN FOODIE SCENE

Eating is something we do to survive, but it doesn’t mean we should not enjoy every bite that crosses our lips. For travelers, eating is a way that they can explore a new place. Through our taste buds there is an opportunity to experience the culture, traditions, and regularly used ingredients a country or city… Read more »

LONDON IS HAVING A MOMENT

So my husband and I had a last minute four day work trip to London. It was the first time leaving my toddler ( another post for another time) and after two days of on and off crying, I decided to embrace everything London had to offer. I lived in London a decade ago and… Read more »

18 THINGS TO DO IN CUBA

Cuba is already a big destination for tourists from all over the world. According to the Caribbean Tourism Organization, 2.9 million people visited last year, and more people went to Cuba in the first nine months of 2014 than any Caribbean island except the Dominican Republic. While recent steps by the U.S. government to open… Read more »

THE DAY IRANIAN GIRLS BECOME WOMEN

Iranian girls are girls, and then they aren’t. Such is the implication, at least, of a ritual practiced all over the Islamic Republic. This is the Jashn-e taklif, a “celebration of puberty” that officially marks the transition from childhood to adulthood and which lays out, with perhaps alarming clarity, the role a woman is expected… Read more »