We've been traveling as a family for nearly 2 years and looking forward to Morocco pretty much the whole time. We are finally here and in the most amazing house in the ancient medina of Fez.
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As an architect, I LOVE the architecture, but as a Christian, if I were living there, hearing their call to prayer, I would have to go out street preaching. That area is what an evangelist would call a target-rich environment.
I stumbled across this video while studying ancient Roman houses. I wanted to find out if windows were glazed or if they had shutters since no ancient artefacts exist that are made of glass. But that is understandable. It probably did exist and they used it sparingly since it's a fragile material. I was led to Moroccan house design that has given me an incredible insight into how ancient roman houses functioned with windowless rooms placed all around a central atrium so that in effect glass wasn't needed except for ornamental stained coloured glass as such is seen around Windows and doorways coming off central private courtyard atriums. And I now understand how ancient roman town planning worked with residences butted up next to each other. This an economical and efficient way of building for the plebeian class who still had a reasonably good standard of living. So thank you for your tour.
why have us as humans become so lazy and boring. At least in North America we have. Look at all the beauty and passion put into the work they did 100s of years ago. Its beautiful and detailed and shows the pride and love they had for whatt they did. Your family is so blessed to experience this and We are blessed that you share this with us. God Bless
If this doesn't give you the travel bug, then nothing will! The house and city are so beautiful! I loved your one child running in to the rooms ahead of you and somersaulting onto the couches/beds! What amazing experiences for them!
Amazing. Beautiful tile work.I love the way the children come along for the tour. Lots of love there. The roof top shots are absolutely amazing. Soaking up all of that Vit D. Thanks for sharing your journey.
I absolutely loved my time in Fez when I was studying abroad, although I fell in love with Marrakech even more. But Morocco in general was so amazing and I hope to one day go back. Did your family get to experience any Turkish toilets while you were there?
I lived in the Middle East for years. I love your home in Fes, it looks amazing. I loved living in that part of the world . How fun for your family. Except plane travel. I can’t even imagine with all the kids and luggage. In Morocco! Wow.
I watch your videos several times so I do not miss anything. There is so much to see in this world. Thank you so very much for sharing it with me. I am not physically able to travel so I am so happy I get to follow your family .
I have been watching a few of your videos and tour house, etc. I was wondering why this kid in each of them has to follow you and jump in each and everyone of the beds... does he not know a bed is not a trampoline ??
Morocco is a place I only read about before. I never imagined myself even in the near future to be travelling there. Thank you for taking us there through your videos. Its a fascinating to watch! The house is beautiful...☺
Wow - I'll never go to that place! I got so claustrophobic watching this, and the house so chopped up random. Thanks for the tour tho, that's one place I can cross off my list. I've spent years in asia and in muslim countries (been to over 30 countries over all) but never in the middle east. This place totally creeped me out...
This has got to be my favorite video from y'all! My kids an I watch your videos together and it feels like you're bringing the world into our living room. I don't know why, but this video made me so emotional! Beautiful you guys, thank you so much for sharing!!!
LOVED watching this vlog. I love Morrocco and its people, so kind and peaceful. The beautiful architecture was astounding and the mystery of the markets and old city is like a movie set. I think some people feeling uneasy, maybe they come from the US and have anxiety about visiting Muslim countries, but being from the UK, we don't live in fear and I'm so lucky we have the ability to visit the cultures of North Africa. Thanks for the video.
I found one of your videos about 4pm yesterday...One of the RV ones. I haven't stopped watching since. Its now 10:30am the next morning. I haven't slept, I've been watching non stop. I've never been so fascinated by anyone's life before. I am living vicariously thru you.
Morocco is amazing. Once someone very special wrote me a song/poem in Berber which is a Moroccan language but I have no idea what it says. The spoken language is beautiful but there is no where for me to translate the written language. If any one can help.
I completely support and understand your goal of living more simply. Recently, I’ve been putting into practice the idea that just because I admire a thing does not mean that I must possess that thing. Beauty can be seen an appreciated and add value to my life without adding it to my future physically.
Hi Knorpps! I loved this tour and so excited that you're in Morocco. It's my dream to someday go there with my family. I'm a Muslim fan of yours and I'm from Malaysia. XOXO As mentioned by other commenters, the calligraphy above the bed says Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. It's done as a tughra, which is a calligraphic monogram style popularised by Ottoman sultans. As you homeschool the kids, will they be learning about Islamic art? Being in Morocco, this would be the perfect opportunity :) PS: I was a curator at an Islamic arts museum once.
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.