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Title:My Marrakesh
Description:My Marrakesh: One woman's tale of life and her family's quest to build a guest house in Marrakesh. And a couple of belly dancers thrown in for good measure.
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October 29, 2014
Marrakesh: and a tale of an end and a new beginning
Dear friends,
We grow older and things change. #0160;And so it is with this little blog. #0160;My Marrakesh has moved homes! #0160;Please find me here in my new, swanky digs!
I promise that you #39;ll continue to find memorable little tales, #0160;life at Peacock Pavilions, #tribalchic finds, and travels to farflung places. #0160;And of course, lots of beautiful images. #0160;
Yes, the good stuff that all of us modern nomads like to see:-)
And please do subscribe on my new SquareSpace site to receive My Marrakesh once or twice a week in your inbox. #0160;
Just a little inspiration from me to you. Yes?
#0160;
#0160;xo,
Maryam
in an olive grove in Marrakesh
Posted at 12:43 AM in Buying and Loving, Design/Decor, Food/Drink, Lifestyle, Morocco, Peacock Pavilions, Project Soar: Doing Good, Shopping, Stuff, Travel | Permalink
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October 22, 2014
Marrakesh: and a tale of M.Montague {or an almost new me}
It鈥檚 my birthday this week and perhaps it was then so many days ago when it all started. #0160; The day I was born in Egypt, in Cairo, in a hospital near the Nile. #0160; I was born to parents who weren鈥檛 Egyptian but who were travelers and adventurers and do-gooders. #0160; And Egypt seemed as good a place as any other to settle down. #0160;
We moved from Egypt to Tunisia, spending our summers in Iran. #0160; We eventually would wind up in New York with a container filled with my parents鈥 strange loot from all the places that they had been. #0160;
Our home didn鈥檛 look like the homes of any of the neighbors. #0160; And my parents didn鈥檛 look like the parents of any of the other children. #0160; My father worked in Africa and persisted in wearing a khaki safari suit regardless of where he was. #0160; Meanwhile, my mother breezed about in caftans 鈥 her dark hair and brows a marked contrast to the blond soccer moms. #0160;
In my house, there were ethnic foods and ethnic friends and endless talks of programs to reduce poverty in far flung places. #0160;
That鈥檚 the way I grew up. #0160; And perhaps, really, nothing has much changed. #0160;
As an adult, I hit the road and moved and then moved again. #0160; From Washington to Senegal , from Bangladesh to Nepal , and from Namibia to Morocco. #0160; And it was here in Marrakesh that I settled down, as much a nomad can, and built Peacock Pavilions in an olive grove 鈥 my very own bohemian enclave filled with my own curious loot. #0160; I started this blog to chronicle my small tales, and I opened my shop to showcase my tribal treasures. #0160; And because that wasn鈥檛 enough, I founded Project Soar 鈥 a social experiment in doing good. #0160; I was my parent鈥檚 daughter after all and I had married a man as crazy as I was. #0160;
It鈥檚 all grown organically, without rationale or a plan- everything scattered here and there on the web. #0160; But now鈥.now a little order. #0160; My new site, M. Montague, that houses everything in one spot 鈥 my blog, my hotel, my shop, my nonprofit. #0160; A place for all the things that I am up to -- my fascinations, my travels, my obsessions, my products. #0160; A place for modern nomads everywhere. #0160;
Come visit.
Posted at 09:43 PM in Design/Decor, Lifestyle, Peacock Pavilions, Project Soar: Doing Good, Stuff | Permalink
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October 13, 2014
The Do Good World: and a tale of Raven Lily Fall Catalogue
Here #39;s the thing, there are the people who talk about helping others. #0160;And then there are the people who actually do. #0160;Because the talking part is easy and the doing part is harder. #0160;
When it comes to #0160;the new modern tribe, Raven amp; Lily #0160;sets the bar high for others. #0160;This brand makes beautiful clothes and jewelry by #0160;employing marginalized women in India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Cambodia, Pakistan, and the USA at fair trade wages, giving them access to safe jobs and a real chance to to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families. #0160; #0160;
I was lucky enough to meet the Raven amp; Lily girls a couple of years ago when they shot their catalogue at my little Marrakesh hotel, Peacock Pavilions. #0160;And then I wore a beautiful 100 year old dress and their jewels here #0160;for their Christmas campaign. #0160;More recently, I sourced some goodies from my shop (at cost) for the shoot of their Fall catalogue - carpets, blankets, poufs, cushions amp; more. #0160; #0160;
The new Raven amp; Lily collection is filled with very special jewelry, as well as hand embroidered amp; hand dyed fashion. So impressive. #0160;And I love seeing my Moroccan goodies mixed in.
Our Moroccan caramel leather pouf.
Our Moroccan white leather poufs.
Our Moroccan wedding cushions.
Our gorgeous black sequined wedding blanket.
#0160;
Check out the whole Raven amp; Lily collection, right here. #0160;You #39;ll be glad you did. #0160;Ethical #0160;fashion and beautiful hearts.
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October 07, 2014
The world: and a tale of a new modern tribe
I like to think of myself as part of a new modern tribe. #0160; The dictionary defines a tribe in several ways including, a group of people鈥 who have the same language, customs, and beliefs.
#0160;Then it gives the example: a #0160;tribe #0160;of artists with wild hair and casual manners.
Sounds about right鈥
When I think about the people in this modern tribe and their customs and beliefs, I hope it includes:
People who are purpose-driven and committed to addressing causes in concrete ways.
People who view themselves as global citizens and are deeply curious about the world around them.
People who are filled with wanderlust and view travel as a priority in order to see, learn, meet, and gather.
People who are brave and willing to take significant risks for the chance to live life at a more fulfilled level.
People who surround themselves with beauty, understanding the immediate connection between their environment and themselves.
People who eschew mass production in favor of the one of kind and artisanal.
People who forgo trends to create their own style, which is intensely personal and distinctive. #0160;
Are you part of this tribe? #0160; What values/customs/beliefs would you add to the list above?
Images: quot;Tomorrow #39;s Tribe quot; Marina Nery by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Australia April 2014
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September 15, 2014
Marrakech, Morocco: and a tale of Moroccan caftans
Oh, you can take your short short. #0160;And you can take your backless. #0160;You can take your slit cut up to #0160;here. #0160;Or your transparent this and transparent that. #0160;Or the one with the cut outs. #0160;And the spaghetti straps (or perhaps the strapless). #0160; And, it goes without saying the tight, the very tight, the very very tight. #0160;
Yes, you can take all of those. #0160;Every one. #0160;Alone or in combination. #0160;And yes, you #39;re sexy, so sexy. So undeniably sexy.
Or you can take a caftan....A Moroccan caftan. #0160;A beautiful Moroccan caftan.....
A different definition of sexy. #0160;Yes? #0160;
PS Which one is your favorite? #0160;
Images from L #39;Officiel.
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September 10, 2014
Morocco: and a tale of Marrakech design hotel, Peacock Pavilions - Part 2
#0160;Ah lovelies, the sun is shining and then the moon is full and all is well at Peacock Pavilions, my own little Moroccan design hotel. #0160;(Umm, how did I get a boutique hotel in Marrakech, anyway? #0160;It #39;s just proof that the world is a crazy and amazing place.}
Some more images to share from my place in the olive grove.... #0160;
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Love from your friendly neighborhood nomad in Marrakesh,
#0160; #0160; #0160; #0160; #0160; #0160; #0160; #0160;Maryam
Images by Simone Allmen
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PS When are you coming to Peacock Pavilions? #0160;{You could, you know. #0160;Do you want to?}
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