Nicole and Greg
Since we really and truly don't need any stuff for our home, and since one of our main pleasures in life is travel, we're registering for this trip. Expect postcards from Morocco!Morocco Fes, Morocco Casablanca, Morocco Asilah, Morocco
It's about 12,000 miles from San Francisco to Morocco and back. $33.33 buys us about 400 miles worth (I just spent some quality time with the calculator on this idea).
The Museum of Moroccan Judaism of Casablanca is a museum of history and ethnography. It uses world-class standards of conservation for its national and international collections.
Sipping tea in the Old Medina of Casablanca will be a nice way to start our trip (and people watch.)
Asilah is a popular seaside town just south of Tangier in Northern Morocco.
Fes is one of oldest and best preserved medieval cities in the muslim world.
Since 1926 the monastery Atelier des Soeurs Franciscaines has been run by Franciscan sisters. They opened an orphanage and run embroidery and weaving workshops. We would love to visit and support t...
The festival lasts for 10 days in early summer and features music from all the over the world. If we're lucky enough to be there for it, we'll use your gift for tickets to some shows. If not, we'll...
A desert tour from Fes to Marrakech. This includes the camel tour, desert camping and dinner. We'll get a chance to see the the dunes of Erg Chebbi at Merzouga which are the tallest in Morocco!
A pair of tickets to the botanical gardens designed and painted in the 30s by Jacques Majorelle, also home to the museum of Berber culture.
In the heart of the city of Marakesh there is this traditional Moroccan spa. This gift is for a spa package.
Dinner at one of the hundreds of food stalls that pop up around sunset in the medina quarter.
Marrakesh has the largest traditional Berber market (souk) in Morocco. We'd love to search (and maybe bargain for) a traditional handwoven carpet for our home.