Work down south has been scarce this summer, since 50+ temperatures (Celsius) cause mass migrations to cooler climates and a near shut-down of activity. As disappointing as it was to arrive in site in April and hear "We'll talk about that in October" every time I suggested something, it was also very freeing. It meant that I spent some of my summer in site, but I spent a lot of it traveling around Morocco and working in various places. I worked camps, attended trainings, and got to spend weekends going hiking and seeing the gorgeousness of this place. And now that my traveling is coming to and end and it's time to get some work, I thought I'd share some photos of the place that is my home.
(Click on a red marker to see photos of each place I visited!)
Pared blanca is Spanish for white wall. A big, empty white space, just waiting to be filled with ideas and words and new experiences. No matter how much we've done or how much we know, there are always white spaces in the book of our lives, always more things to learn and more experiences to have. In the four years I've spent traveling and living overseas, I have discovered just how much white space is left to fill. This blog is for me, because writing is my way of contributing to the world, but it's also for you, to share the exciting, the frustrating, the mundane, and the quirky about international life!