It’s been nearly twenty years since I first set foot on the White House lawn. In these days before 9/11 it wasn’t difficult to get tickets to visit and so this was one of the first items my family and
Celebrate the Second Anniversary of Something In Her Ramblings With My Top 10 Favorite Travel Destinations
I've been blogging for two years! Celebrate the second anniversary of Something In Her Ramblings with a look at my top 10 favorite travel destinations in the world.
Women Who Travel Solo: A Solo Trip to Morocco With Jessie Beck
From drinking tea in Marrakech to camel riding through the Sahara Desert to motorcycling down the coastline, Jessie Beck's stories of a solo trip in Morocco will make you want to book a trip immediately. (Take us with you, please).
14 Favorite Travel Moments of 2014
2014 was a beautiful and moving year for me, filled with an unprecedented number of travel experiences that made the year pass like a travel aficionado's dream sequence. Since January, I visited a whopping 22 countries, fulfilling my goal of
From the shores of Tarifa the lights of Africa shine bright in the distance, growing brighter as night takes hold over the small, southern Spanish town. If it feels as if Morocco is right at Tarifa’s doorstep that’s because it is;
I’ve said it once. I’ve said it twice. I’ll say it again – I love Marrakech! Before I went on my trip a lot of friends and acquaintances expressed concern for me traveling to this developing nation with just one other
If you’ve been following along on my blog lately, you’ll note one thing is obvious – I love Marrakech, Morocco! Known as the “red” city, the former Imperial City is swimming with a myriad of rich colors, warm people and culture. Here
Mohamad reaches for my hand and pulls me up over the large rock that blocks the path to the second waterfall on our grueling hike through the Atlas Mountains. This young man has guided us from the small town of Setti
When planning my recent trip to Marrakech, Morocco, I knew I wanted to get out of the city and take a day trip to the nearby Atlas Mountains. To safely and efficiently explore this region a guided tour seemed to be
With two soft knocks, the aged wooden door of Riad AnaYela creaks open. On this plain, dusty street in the heart of the Marrakech medina, it certainly doesn’t feel as if I’m about to enter one of the most luxurious Riads