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Mar 08
Newton Teen Finds His Passion for Photography Abroad
Blog written by Jason Alpert-Wisnia, Costa Rica Alum, 2017 I Live and Breath to Photograph Things. Whether it is a local protest, the struggles of the people or the animals around me,...
Author:
Adam Aronovitz
Jul 11
A Kindergarten in the Medina
“One, two, three, four, five, six, seven…” chanted the three and four year olds in Arabic.  The door of the classroom was slightly ajar and so we pushed it a little further...
Author:
globalroutes
Cactus Silk Cords
Here in Morocco, the silk that is used in weaving is not from caterpillars, but from the fibers of the Agave cactus plant family — the Aloe Vera cactus, the same plant...
Author:
globalroutes
Kindness with a Camera
Non-Muslims can’t go into the interior of mosques, although if the outside gates are open, it is usually permitted to peer in, and even take a photo or two.  The most famous...
Author:
globalroutes
Pastilla aux Pigeons
When Moroccans in Fes celebrate, one of their favorite dishes to prepare is a pastilla.  A pastilla is effectively a compressed round pastry that surrounds different types of meat.  One traditional example...
Author:
globalroutes
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