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 social media accounts you should be following if you’re thinking of moving there.Expats In Morocco
A place for the online English speaking expat (and local) community to meet, discuss and connect. Rebuilding a social circle is important to expats, and this group of almost six thousand members might just give you a head start with the building. If you are interested in meeting new people as well as getting out and exploring your new home country, you will feel right at home here.
Expats In Morocco
This group aims to help the current and prospective expats of Morocco. The honest sharing of insider knowledge is likely to prove useful to all new expats and travellers; the best and the worst are shared equally here. Whether you are in Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakesh or beyond you will be able to make connections here with a steadily growing expat community.
American Amanda met her Moroccan husband in 2004, and after living in the United States together for a few years they decided to make Marrakech their home. Initially she was happy just to share the recipes of her new extended family and country, now she shares so much more. This self titled ‘world traveller’ features stunning photography and useful recommendations for everything from travel with kids to what to wear to the beach in Morocco. Do not approach her feed hungry; this woman knows food and isn’t afraid to pass on her culinary secrets.
Portuguese born João has lived in Morocco since 2007. Since travel and writing about travel is his day job you’ll find his feed brimming with useful tips, hints and inspiration for travel in Morocco and locations a little further afield. This need for exploration and adventure is infectious and accompanied by simply beautiful photographs; he is definitely someone to follow for prospective expats and travellers.
This Southern girl has traded her empty nest for a life of expat adventures in Morocco and beyond: she hasn’t been everywhere yet, but it’s on her list. One to follow if you’re interested in the expat life after the children have grown up, making a career change, or simply love to discover new countries. Beware; her photographs may have you reaching for your wallet to buy a ticket straight to Morocco.
We’re always on the lookout for more accounts to feature – if you write about living in Morocco on social media, leave us a link in the comments and we’ll take a look!
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