No doubt “to travel is to live” but the deeper meaning of life.
It is not superficial, but standard journeys receive standard reactions.
But sitting in a cozy cafe with 4-5 local enjoying coffee and hookahs,
then there is an opportunity to understand each other better.
“Nothing is permanent in this wicked world
– not even our troubles”
“Imagination means nothing without doing“
“I have many problems in my life,
but my lips don’t know that.
They always smile”
*Charlie Chaplin – english-american comedian*
Azemmour, all around a hat.
Outdoor murals in Azemmour are challenged for several reasons.
For example, the sun “rapidly kills” the colors from the aerosol spray cans.
Therefore, they need to be refresh regularly so as not to vanish away.
Azemmour with an impressive ancient building on the banks of the river Oum Er-Rbia.
This amazing architecture houses cave-like spaces with murals too.
How the mix between paint colors and old building structure,
really creates a fantastic harmony in a relatively small space.
Sunset on the horizon seen from the moroccan Atlantic Ocean coast of Azemmour.
Earlier of the day a walk with a couple of impression at the streets of the city.
A woman dressed in a color matching a company’s storage entry.
Finally, a ship from the sea that didn’t reach the port.
Azemmour, a moroccan Atlantic Ocean coast city
lying on the left bank of river Oum Er-Rbia.
Translated the name of the river means “the mother of springtime”.
The river, second largest maroccan river, have huge influence of the area.
Azemmour, about 75 km southwest of Casablanca, actually meaning olive.
Atlantic Ocean moroccan coast city, lying on the left bank of river Oum Er-Rbia.
The city (about 36000 inhabitants) features a portuguese medina too,
which has three parts, a jewish mellah, a kasbah, and the old medina.
Many walls in the old part of the city are decorated by several local artists.