Morocco is one of the most fascinating places I have visited. It was my good fortune to befriend our informal guide, Abdullah, whom invited my family to his home, where we had the privilege of eating a home-cooked meal of Tagine Couscous. Tangier, Chefchaouen and Asilah were great introductions to this country. Chefchaouen, tucked away in the Atlas Mountains, and its beautiful blue walls provided a romantic backdrop to an amazing sunset. The Medina and casabah in Tangier were alive with music, shops and countless children playing along the maze of streets. You can sit by the Mediterranean and enjoy the mint tea, snack on dates and finish with a coffee. Morocco is a feast for the olfactory senses, with smells of spices from the markets and restaurants permeating the streets.