Moreish Morocco winner!

In our last issue of Safari interactive magazine we teamed up with Riad Monceau in Marrakech to offer a 3 night-stay in a double room and a traditional Moroccan cookery class for two people. 

Pete Luellen, who currently lives near Ithaca in the USA, has been picked as our lucky winner! On receiving the good news, we were incredibly happy to hear that Pete and his fiance (who are both Kundalini yoga instructors) plan to claim the prize as part of their honeymoon. In his own words, Pete told me, ‘wonders never cease. Thank you very much. I’m speechless. This is going to make for an unforgettable honeymoon…She is going to explode when I tell her.’

Not only do they get to enjoy one of the finest residences in the Marrakech medina (old city), with a traditional mosaic pool to plunge in, and sun-drenched terraces overlooking the snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas. But, they will learn all about typical Moroccan food from head chef of Riad Monceau – Rachida Sahnoune.

Do you love exotic food? Tickle your taste buds with a sneak peak of  Riad Monceau’s sumptuous new book “A palace of Moroccan gastronomy”,  available to view online @ ISSUU

If you’re a foodie fundu and you love gourmet travel – check out our current issue of Safari interactive magazine where we swoon over fine French food in Reunion Island, Ooh la la!

 

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I’m Holly - born and raised in the rural British Counties, my mother began life on a sugar farm in Zululand. After reading Anthropology at university in London, working for a political activist filmmaker in India, and doing a short stint under the bright lights of Bollywood – I decided it was time to return to the motherland. To earn a crust in the name of wanderlust, I finished up a post grad in media and hotfooted around South Africa as a freelance travel journalist.

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