I’ve written about both Maptia and Morocco on this site before, and now I have written about Morocco on the Maptia website itself. My story called ‘Do not skip Fez’ (an adaption of an original post on this site; but this time with more photos) can be read on Maptia.
Following on from my #Danielgate post on this blog, and several comments on Twitter, the producers of Al Jazeera English’s program ‘The Stream’ invited me to submit a video comment for their episode, ‘Moroccans confront child sex tourism’. You can see a video of the episode here (please note it might be blocked for USContinue reading “On ‘The Stream’, confronting #danielgate”
Following on from my post yesterday about #danielgate, in an unprecedented move, Mohammed IV, King of Morocco, has revoked his pardon of the Spanish pedophile Daniel Galvan. This Agence France-Presse alert, translated to English reads: ALERT – The King of Morocco cancels pardon the Spanish pedophile RABAT – Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has decided to withdraw the pardon grantedContinue reading “A victory for Morocco’s children”
Let’s start with these three things: I’m a huge fan of Morocco, and it is one of my favourite countries. I understand that generally, Moroccans like their king. Moroccans don’t protest easily. ‘#danielgate’ is the Twitter topic hashtag that has gained momentum in recent days due to a decision involving two kings, 11 children, andContinue reading “#danielgate”
If I could do any job in the world, I’d be a National Geographic photographer* with regular assignments trying to capture stories throughout India, Australia, Morocco and along the rest of Mediterranean. Maybe Syria one day too. The other job I think I would like, is to work at Maptia. Maptia is tech start-up formedContinue reading “Tech in Taghazout”