Luna Legend Is Living Her Best Life In Morocco. You Can Do The Same.

March 20th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

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Who wouldn’t want to live like Luna Legend and visit Morocco?

The daughter of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend accompanied her parents on vacation to this land of mosques, medinas and markets, and the photos and videos are precious. 

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First bow!

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Ah!!! So many firsts

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Even if Luna isn’t your travel buddy, Morocco is worth a trip. The teeming city of Marrakech was named TripAdvisor’s top destination in the world in 2015, and Fez is equally mesmerizing

Here are some sights to plan your own jaunt around: 

Jemaa el-Fnaa

This iconic, action-packed market in Marrakech offers everything from snake charmers to fresh-squeezed juices to ostrich eggs, kebabs and musical performances.


Alleyways, walls and doors come in various photo-ready shades of blue at this historic village in the Rif Mountains.

Ben Youssef Madrasa

Students came to this school in the UNESCO World Heritage-approved Medina of Marrakech to study the Quran. You may find yourself inspecting the school’s intricate architecture, too.

Chouara Tannery

This working tannery in Fez still operates much as it did in the 11th century. Watch the action from a leather shop on a nearby terrace.


Hassan II Mosque and its sky-high minaret await in this city that inspired the famous movie.

Happy travels!

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