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Monday August 31, 2015 (13:58:11)

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At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Morocco and some of the blogs that might be useful for expats there.

Bewildered In Morocco
http://bewilderedinmorocco.com/

Monika is a Polish expat who now lives in Morocco. Bewildered In Morocco covers local events and places to go, as well as recommendations for which social media accounts to be following.

If you’re thinking about moving to Morocco but want to get an idea of how life looks there before you move, Monika’s blog contains many resources that will help you to do just that.

Quinn In Morocco
https://quinninmorocco.wordpress.com/

A former Peace Corps volunteer who married a local and has now moved to the country to continue her life there, Quinn is an American expat whose posts are mainly personal ones detailing her day-to-day life. With thoughts on learning the language (and occasional smatterings of Arabic throughout the blog to help you), recommendations of places to eat, and reflections on her Peace Corps experience, Quinn In Morocco is a good blog to read if you’re thinking of volunteering.

A Year In Marrakech
http://www.riadarabe.blogspot.se/

Patrick and Per are two Swedish men who are currently living in Marrakech with their dog, Disco. From where to buy groceries and which restaurants to eat in to the best spots for swimming and surfing, Per and Patrick have tips on every aspect of Marrakech life. If you’re looking for a fun blog that shows you what it’s really like to live in Morocco, this is the place for you.

Maroc Mama
http://marocmama.com/

As the name suggests, this is a blog about family life in Morocco, and will prove useful to any expat parents who are thinking about making the move. Amanda is an American expat who now lives in Marrakech with her husband and two sons, and her blog features personal updates as well as recommendations of things to do in the local area. Take a look at the ‘Morocco Resources’ section to get your started on your expat journey.

A Move To Morocco
http://amovetomorocco.com/

The ‘Expat Life’ category is the one that will be the most useful to people who are moving to Morocco, but the whole blog is certainly worth a read. The blog of an American expat who moved to Morocco in 2014, it details life with a young family and adventures in travelling, teaching and learning across several continents. If you’ve always dreamed of travelling widely with Morocco as a base, this blog will inspire you and show you that it can be done.

We’re always on the lookout for more sites to feature - if you run a blog about living in Morocco, leave us a link in the comments and we’ll take a look!


 

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