Living in Morocco

A Muslim-American woman living in Morocco

American Muslim expat currently living in Rabat, Morocco with her husband (a Moroccan citizen). Without a real job, she spends her days blogging about life, travel, and adapting to a country she never expected to visit, let alone live in. Using her experience to write on an ecclectic variety of topics from Moroccan cooking to getting a resident permit, her blog, 760 Days in Morocco is an attempt to help other expats planning call Morocco home.

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Articles by 760:

Living in Morocco takes us through the process of obtaining the carte de sejour and shares her tips for future residents.

On the eve of moving back to her home country, Living in Morocco shares her initial expectations of Morocco and how they compare with reality.

By using the common Moroccan metaphor of “shlada” (salad), Living in Morocco attempts to figure out how Moroccan identity has evolved.

Living in Morocco argues that the Moudawana simply restores the rights granted to women by Islam in the first place.

Looking out of her apartment window, American Muslimah “Living in Morocco” wonders how changes in Morocco will affect the country’s enormous rich/poor divide.

Living in Morocco argues that the Moroccan press has the responsibility to build trust in order for limitations and restrictions to be lifted.