A few other YES Abroad students and I went to Jazz au Chellah on Sunday night. It’s a jazz festival in the old ruins of Chellah, a large ancient cemetery. It’s meant to celebrate both Moroccan and European music. Before Chellah was rebuilt by Muslims in the seventh century, it was part of a Roman … Continue reading Jazz au Chellah
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My host family in Morocco sacrificed a sheep for Eid al-Adha. Here’s how. Continue reading Sheep sacrifice on Eid Al-Adha 🐑
Hi! We YES Abroad Morocco students have a one-week break from school because of Eid, and I have just finished my first week of school. For the last few days that I’ve had school, I’ve been falling into a kind-of-predictable routine. This is what my days have been like so far: 6:30 I wake up. I … Continue reading Daily schedule in Rabat… for now
I’m in Morocco now, in my host family’s living room! I left on the 1st and I’ve been away from home for a week. Ever since then, my days have been crazily packed. Here’s a quick rundown on what I’ve been doing. There are lot of pictures at the end of the post as well. … Continue reading First quick update from Morocco