The honey-ocher days in Morocco are over and I’m ready to go home. My mind is bursting with colour, I see it every time I close my eyes and will probably see them for a long time after. These shades and especially the scent of coriander, cinnamon, turmeric and cardamon have permeated my skin and my soul. I have started to feel a little overwhelmed by the Spanish-Arab haze of tastes and Middle Eastern tabiets, and simply cannot wait to hug to death my lovely guys at home.
In terms of design, Menara Airport in Marrakesh is one of the most beautiful airports I have seen.
Take care Northern Africa and my dear Morocco, ’til the next time.
Wishing you a blissful day,
Interpreting Health is about beauty, but mind you – the beauty of will and the beauty of change.
My late 20’s proved quite turbulent and I had to change many things. Ultimately, I have lost 70 kg | 154 lbs (don’t pass out on me, please :D) and for five years now I’ve committed myself to the gym (former layabout) and a healthy diet (forever cursed to fight binge eating). I’m intrigued by language, working with words is both my passion and a career. I try to go for a light-hearted style and interesting topics. I speak about my life, views and my weight-loss journey in particular, and how it made me stronger and more focused, changed my perspective on life and helped me open a new chapter of myself. But essentially, I want to motivate you, and myself, for even more lovely change.
On a different note, I am a December baby, a Conference Interpreter, Sofia University Graduate, a budding entrepreneur and as a Horoscope once wrote – a staunch Sagittarius.
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