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Solo-Travel Andalusia & Morocco: Seville – Cádiz – Tarifa – Tangier

With so many travels this year already made and published here, I haven’t managed to tell about one of the greatest ones last October until now. In fact, it had been my first solo travel in a very long while and somewhat meant the world to me. Having moved to Barcelona last summer and mastered all the new challenges, I felt like treating myself to an exciting yet relaxing trip. Living in Spain, the options are beautiful and endless obviously, so I decided to visit Andalusia and then cross over to Morocco. I first wanted to split those two destinations into separate postings but as I’m not selling any city guides here but rather sharing my experiences, I opted for placing it all in one. Which leaves you with dozens of images more to scroll through and me with a serious case of travel nostalgia. As you might have figured out by now, I’m quite the spontaneous traveller so I didn’t plan that much when booking a flight from Barcelona to Seville and one back …

The MARKET HOUSE Hotel, Tel Aviv

Beside people, nature and surroundings, my accommodation has always been the gist of spending a good holiday. I love living authentically. To feel less like a tourist and more like a local. This is why I’m used to choosing AirBnB apartments. I have to admit, though, I have a soft spot for sublime hotels (who doesn’t?) and when I came across The MARKET HOUSE Hotel, I knew I had to book this beautiful spot. Arrived there, I knew we had made the right choice. If I could type down the splendid oriental scent that met us in the entrance hall and would await us every morning henceforth, believe me: I would. Other than that lovely fragrance it was particularly the interior style which turned this small hotel right in the midst of Old Jaffa into a darling place. Copper details, marble tapware and industrial design made us feel at home (or alternatively in Copenhagen) easily. Oh, and the food…! True to type the rooms were no exception. Even though they were all quite small, you found enough room to …