Sharing the love

share the maroc-o-phile loveI am always grateful to my readers, fellow bloggers and anyone else who takes the time to contact me, comment on the website or propose we meet up for a nouss-nouss coffee in Essaouira. I really appreciate your input and your enthusiasm for my adopted hometown and I have made some good friends through this website. I have also been fortunate to be interviewed on TV in Morocco.

It’s also gratifying to know that other travellers have found maroc-o phile.com a useful resource. And I am always pleased to see my name in print or online in relation to my work – either by another blogger or on another website.

So, in the spirit of sharing the love, here is a list of the mentions, name-drops and shouts out. If I didn’t see your credit or I missed an article, please drop me a line or add it to the comments.  Thanks everyone!

Travel Supermarket: Meet Mellow Morocco

The Conversant Traveller: What to do in Essaouira

Coco-Morocco: Le Simoun

Eat Sleep Shoot Travel: Eat sleep shoot travel’s guide to Essaouira, Morocco

Travelling Bytes: Travel Resources – Morocco

MarocMama: Eating in Morocco – Food Allergies (comments)

Twelve Countries: Blog Hop

Depart to Arrive: Essaouira People

The Beauty Shortlist: MAROC WEEK

Friends of Morocco (republished my Jewish Berber history piece): http://friendsofmorocco.org/2014News/Nov14/1122News.html

Huffington Post: Argan Goat Cheese, Sarine Meatballs and Donuts from the Fryer in Essaouira

Moroccan Diaries: Thanks

Morocco World News:

Navigating the Maze of the Marrakech Medina

Andalusian Music – A Bridge Between Muslim and Jewish Heritage

Morocco’s Jewish Berber History

TV appearances

At the Fes Sacred Music Festival 2015 (see minute 24):

Interview with Lynn Sheppard at Fes Saced Music Festival

 

 

 

 

In the Al Jazeera documentary shown in February 2017, الصويرة مدينة التعايش – المغرب

 

2 thoughts on “Sharing the love

  1. Liz Clark

    Dear Lynn,
    I am a partner in a new restaurant in Essaouira. It is called La Mama and it is located at Place chrib atay El khaima derb laalouje. There is live music, a book exchange, and many other cultural activities. As we are a new business, I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a restaurant review for your magazine.

    https://www.facebook.com/La-MaMa-1689670681299633/

    Please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Liz Clark

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    1. lynn Post author

      Hi Liz, congrats on the new restaurant! I’m not in Essaouira at the moment, but I expect to be back in Spring and would be happy to pop by to sample what you have on offer and see how I could incorporate a review either into my blog and/or other publications.
      I will get in touch when I’m in town.
      Lynn

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