Hi, my name is Eva and this is my travel blog. I moved to Morocco in early 2019 and I love travelling in this beautiful country. I have a passion for this area and the Middle East, so these are the main focus of this blog.
Living in Morocco, having local friends and learning the local languages, gives me a lot if insights into the Moroccan culture. I hope you will profit from this, when planning your trip to Morocco or the Middle East with my posts.
Most people I know already consider me a well-travelled person, and I guess I have travelled to a few more or less exotic places, but there is so much more out there! If I were to count, I have been to 41 countries, and to me it sounds like a very small number. So, I am about to change that. But I am not going to start collecting passport stamps, I am more interested in really experiencing places and cultures. Slow travel is my style.
If you want to read what got me into travelling, click here for my post on my obsession with natural and cultural wonders.
If you are interested in my most extreme trip so far, read here about my hike through the Empty Quarter.
And for some more random facts about me check out A to Z about me.
A bit of background information on myself: I am a Radiologist and used to work for a big company in a small hospital consulting team. My job included travelling every now and then, and sent me to some exotic locations, e.g. Erbil in Kurdistan or Kochi in India.
As I love to eat, the local food is a huge part of my travel experience. I am a little picky though when it comes to meat, so the Asian street food markets are quite a challenge for me.
My other passion is reading, I love books, fiction that is, and lately I have taken to reading books that relate to my travels somehow. In Oman I read a book about the first crossing of the Empty quarter; when sailing in Greece I read Treasure Island. The nice thing about this is, when I pick up the books again, I will always remember the place, the smells and sounds of my holiday.
Lastly, I like to take photos, if you want to see more of them, feel free to follow me on Instagram.