Souvenirs from Morocco | After unpacking, here’s the final inventory:
Twelve postcards, eight bottles of argan oil, seven kilos of rocks and crystals, five cloth-wrapped bangles, four small baskets, three books, three large woven bedspreads, three silver necklaces, two woven bags, two embroidered cotton djellabas (for looking stylish in my sleep), two silver bracelets, two perfumes, two face creams, one chunky amber necklace, one beaded necklace from Cameroon, one tin tea set (a tray, teapot, and four glasses), one pair of earrings (a shopkeeper’s gift to the mini, who has unpierced ears), one cotton tote bag (also a gift to the mini), one striped men’s shirt, one lab coat, and one big-ass basket, which makes my giant pile of laundry look so much more glamorous.
Not included in photo: number of kilos gained or gigabytes of pictures taken.
Call it the Marrakech effect. And I was so proud of myself for not buying anything on the first day! *laughs hysterically*
P.S. Sharing some of our last-minute finds in today’s stories mydearmorocco