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Morocco Morocco Follow prAna Ambassador Anna Ehrgott & adventurers Lisa Sheldon & Meg Haywood-Sullivan as they explore a new Morocco nearly a century after Edith Wharton’s journey. Soak up the beautiful
colors and fragrances
of Morocco.
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“If one loses one’s way in Morocco, civilization vanishes…
“If one loses one’s way
It is like a desert traveller’s dream in his last fever.”
Morocco, civilization vanishes…
It is like a desert traveller’s
dream in his last fever.”
- Edith Wharton
Land of
milk & honey
milk &
honey
tagines &
mint tea
lilac & rose
lilac &
rose
gold-leaf
sunlight &
blue shade
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
Milk & Honey
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Lilac & Rose
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Sunlight &
Blue Shade
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“A flaming wind straight from the south brings in at the
“A flaming wind straight from
the south brings in at the door,
with a cloud of blue flies, the
smell of camels and trampled
herbs and the strong spices of
the bazaars.”
door, with a cloud of blue flies, the smell of camels and
trampled herbs and the strong spices of the bazaars.”
- Edith Wharton
The Magic Bay
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The Magic Bay
The Magic
Bay In
Imsouane:
in Imsouane:
Longest
rights I have
rights I
have ever
seen in my
life. La vie
ever seen in
my life. La vie
est belle.
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
Up at 7am, breakfast, morning surf, then
afternoon surf, dinner at 9pm. Repeat.
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kisses of
Moroccan sun
warmest of
welcomes
from the
nicest of
humans
welcomes from the
nicest of humans
desert dust and
marine layer mist
and early morning
sunlight
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
“Palmetto desert: an earth as void of life as
“Palmetto desert: an earth as
void of life as the sky above
it of clouds.”
the sky above it of clouds.”
- Edith Wharton
Palmetto Desert
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sometimes
it takes a
it takes
a storm
to send
waves
storm to
send waves
your way
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
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The breakers rolling straight from America
send their spray across the lowest stones.
- Edith Wharton
Camped
outside
our seaside
shack
above the
waves.
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above the waves.
storms
rolling
roll
ing
in
the white noise of
the white-capped
peaks a reminder
the white
noise of the
white-capped
peaks a
reminder
slow down
slow
down
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
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“At the first turn out of Tangier, Europe and the European disappear… there
“At the first turn out of Tangier,
will be no more omnibuses or trams or motorcyclists, but only long lines of
Europe and the European
camels rising up in brown friezes against the sky, little black
disappear… there will be no
more omnibuses or trams or
donkeys trotting across the scrub.”
motorcyclists..."
- Edith Wharton
disappear...
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time slips
away into
oblivion
a ride that
lasts a
lifetime
- Meg Haywood-Sullivan
pure bliss
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ink black
Moroccan night
Moroccan
night
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From Anna
From
Anna
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From Lisa
From
Lisa
Malibu to Morocco… it all started with an early morning slide at one of California’s finest right point breaks. Three ladies wanting to surf their way through the Muslim Moroccan desert. Is it safe? It feasible? Why not?!
Within the next couple weeks we were on our way with a very loose itinerary and surfboards in tow. Upon arrival we were swept up by two of the sweetest most generous people Morocco has to offer. Hamid from Olo Surf Nature and Margaux a classy french longboarder with Morocco dialed in. The itinerary was still loose but now, no surfboards in tow. It’s always surprising how an airline can misplace 2 logs, 1 mid length and 1 shortboard that sparkles like the sun… whatever keeps the adventure adventurous! First stop was Casablanca, well technically Marrakech… but we drove back to Casablanca in search of boards and also to meet Nabil. One of Morocco’s most legendary surfers.
He greeted us with food and wine which was more than appreciated after our long journey. We surfed a beach break in Casablanca on borrowed boards and eventually found ourselves a veggie tajine. The best way to start this journey. We scoured the Casablanca fabric markets with Margaux before driving the 3 hours back to Marrakech to retrieve our boards. We settled the next few nights at Margaux’s riad (home) in the heart of the famous Marrakech Medina. Even though we arrived late the streets were alive with action.
SIGHTS We were swept up by the wild and vibrant landscape the moment we touched ground. The land is rich beating from the Red African sun. The sand was warm and the coast untouched, while the souks were bustling with much more than enough. It’s a colorful country with a sandstone backdrop.
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- Lisa Sheldon
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