I spent the past week in rural Morocco getting my Wilderness First Aid certification and helping out a local village with medical check-ups. It was such a humbling experience and it makes me realize just how lucky I am to have the medical safety net that I do. I love these kinds of experiences – being able to help people with the opportunity I have and actually making an impact on their lives.
I thoroughly enjoyed interacting with people during my trip and learning more about medical care; so much so that I didn’t take many photos while we were staying in the village. I still want to share the photos that I was able to take with you, as I think they show a completely different side to Morocco – a side that I wasn’t able to portray in my previous posts from when I visited last year.(here’s my post from last year) The village we visited is called Sbiti so the first few photos are from there, and the rest are from the two days we spent in Marrakesh before we flew back to Dubai. I hope you enjoy!
Have you ever been to Morocco? Do you like participating in service? Let me know in the comments 🙂
Also, the festive blog posts will be starting from next week – let me know if there’s anything specific you want to see!
See you next week