The past few weeks have been so full of neighborly and cultural activities, both new and old, sad and exciting. Morocco is so incredibly culturally rich and I always feel so thankful when my community includes me in their oftentimes sacred events. Unfortunately my tiny little street lost two of our neighbors within a week […]

The past week has been such an emotional and physical roller coaster! My entire training group and I (originally 110, now 85 or so) spent the week in the capitol city of Rabat; the days involved close-of-service trainings and seminars and our nights consisted of eating and partying together for the last time. Some of […]

I’m staying in Morocco. EEK! I’M STAYING IN MOROCCO. You may be wondering, well, “What will she do?” “Where will she live?” “How will she make money?” “What about health insurance?” Well wonder away, folks, because I still have no idea what the answers are to most of those questions. Mohamed and I have plans […]

I am notoriously indecisive and spontaneous. My mind changes like the direction of the wind and I have a hard time committing to anything. This happened with choosing a college, a graduate school, committing to the Peace Corps, staying in the Peace Corps, and now… deciding what to do next. Up until about 5 days […]

One of the hardest parts about saying goodbye to loved ones is saying goodbye to children. When I moved to Hawaii from Philly I left my newborn nephew and my two angel babies that I nannyed for for over 2 years. When I left Hawaii to go back to Philly I had to say goodbye […]

One of the biggest parts of any Peace Corps Volunteers service is their relationships with other volunteers. We rely on each other for support, encouragement, help with projects, and understanding amongst many other things. My personal experience with volunteer on volunteer relationships has been both incredibly rewarding and heartbreaking. I have gained lifelong friends who […]

I am really enjoying getting to know my mudira (boss) better and better each day. When I first began working with the preschoolers back in October, she was never around. She has been coming to the Womens Center almost every day since I have been back and we have really been having a lot of […]

Hopscotch Adoptions

Not for profit. Just for kids.

The Adventures of Moroccan Fern

“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” ― Paulo Coelho

After Cal(ifornia)

Travel, Peace Corps Morocco, and the many other adventures of a Cal grad and Golden State native. [DISCLAIMER: This site in no way reflects the views/opinions of the US Government, Peace Corps, or the Kingdom of Morocco]

Cam's Community

Finding out what I can offer this world.

Following My Bliss: Morocco

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.” ― Joseph Campbell

Sarah Goes to Morocco

My journey through the Peace Corps

MoroccanJo

Moroccan Peace Corps Volunteer, follow me on this crazy 27 month journey!

James in Morocco - a Peace Corps blog

A glimpse into my life in the Peace Corps

Jeff's Peace Corps Morocco Blog

27 Months in Morocco for Youth Develpment

Ana Mn Mirikan

Glimpses into Moroccan life, through an American's eyes

Live Life Tr3mendously

Peace Corps Morocco 2014-2016. African American Woman. Naturalista-Service-LIfe

Adventure Time: Morocco

The following is the story of Stefan's postgraduate shenanigans. DISCLAIMER:The views, opinions, and observations expressed in this journal are my own and in no way reflect the views, opinions, or policy of the Peace Corps, Peace Corps Morocco, nor any other governmental or non-governmental organization.

Induffinitely.... in progress

A Peace Corps Adventure in Morocco

Project Light to Life

A bucket list blog: exploring happiness, growth, and the world.

Getting away to see what I can find

An awfully big adventure

Medicine For The People

Making The Movement Move

Abbey Kate

A blog devoted to discovering the world.

Teach Like A PCV

English ESL TEFL lesson plans and resources by Peace Corps Volunteers

4000 Miles from Home

(and M*ch*g@n still sucks)

JordoneWrites

I want to Inspire you to…

American Muslimah's Musings

Everything is on the table

Off on the Road to Morocco

The views and opinions expressed in this blog are my own. They do not represent the goals and interests of the Peace Corps, the US Government, or Morocco

Richard T. Reilly

Experimental Novelist Fighting Against Genre Writing

120° in the Shade

Peace Corps life in Morocco

Morocco, Mirages and Merriment

Red rover, red rover sent this Peace Corps Volunteer right over.

Lee's Photo Blog

Portraying life in Morocco

كوين ف المغرب

my 27 months (+ extension!) as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco

Nikki's Moroccan Journey

The content expressed on this blog is my own and does not represent or reflect the opinions of the Peace Corps, U.S. government, or the Kingdom of Morocco.

saunterings

essays, poems, and remarks, all lost with a purpose

thewanderinglemon

This blog reflects my thoughts and mine alone, not those of the US Government, the Peace Corps, or the Government of Morocco

theyoders

Every foreign land a fatherland

Back Country Life

Who I am is defined by what I do

my marrakech express

The adventures of a PCV in Morocco

مِريكانية

Opinions and statements are my own and do not necessarily reflect the United States government or the Peace Corps

theysaidbutwereply

Smile! You’re at the best WordPress.com site ever

Ma Vie en Rose

Adventures in Morocco and Beyond

marthafedorowicz

My Life as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco

Oh, Inshallah.

Peace Corps Morocco March 2012-May 2014